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Breathing Techniques for Stress Relief

Health & Balance / Stress Management / Written by Paige Fowler WEBMD – Take a deep breath in. Now let it out. You may notice a difference in how you feel already. Your breath is a powerful tool to ease stress and make you feel less anxious. Some simple breathing exercises can make a big difference if you make them part of your regular routine. Before you get started, keep these tips in mind: Choose a place to...

Best evidence yet that lowering blood pressure can prevent dementia

The George Institute for Global Health (Australia) – A global study of over 28,000 people has provided the strongest evidence to date that lowering blood pressure in later life can cut the risk of dementia. Dr Ruth Peters, Associate Professor at UNSW Sydney and Program Lead for Dementia in The George Institute’s Global Brain Health Initiative, said that in the absence of significant dementia treatment breakthroughs, reducing the risk of developing the disease would be...

Daily ‘Breath Training’ May Help Lower Blood Pressure as Much as Medication—Here’s How to Do It

HEALTH.COM There's new research showing that daily breath work may be helpful in promoting heart health and reducing high blood pressure. A study recently published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, which was conducted by teams at the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Arizona, showed that a daily regimen of breath training for the diaphragm (the core muscle responsible for breathing), helps to boost heart health and lower blood pressure. The global...

Coffee Does This To Your Blood Pressure | Mayo Clinic

Jan 13, 2020 Mayo Clinic News Network – The news about coffee and caffeine can be confusing. Is it good or bad for your health? If you have high blood pressure, talk with your health care provider about your caffeine intake. Caffeine can cause a short but dramatic increase in your blood pressure — even if you don't have high blood pressure. Some researchers believe that caffeine could block a hormone that helps keep your arteries widened. Others think...
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