Prehypertension: Why It’s Worth The Worry

Since high blood pressure is known as “the silent killer”, because it produces few symptoms until it is severe, being aware of prehypertension is essential to your health. Normal blood pressure lies at or under 120/80 mmHg, depending on family history and activity levels. Many people aren’t concerned with prehypertension, since it’s not technically high […]

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Nitric Oxide Benefits

The human body is a complex, well-oiled machine if taken care of. This means that no function of the body is ever isolated or excluded from other bodily functions. Perhaps the greatest example of this is our body’s circulatory system. It affects everything! From healing paper cuts to healthy brain function to a healthy heart […]

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Prehypertension and What to Do About It

Slightly elevated blood pressure, also known as prehypertension, is often more of a concern than most people realize. It’s a higher concern because prehypertension will most likely lead to high blood pressure, or hypertension, if lifestyle changes aren’t made. Both prehypertension and high blood pressure increase your risk for cardiovascular disease such as heart attack, […]

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