Preventing Hypertensive Heart Disease

Heart ailments caused due to high blood pressure are referred to as Hypertensive Heart Disease. Fatal conditions like heart failures, strokes, coronary artery disease and thickening of heart muscles are all associated with hypertensive heart disease. Basically, when the heart is made to pump blood under increased pressure it lead to one or many of the above mentioned disorders. This heart condition can prove to be life threatening and is the top cause of deaths among high blood pressure patients.

It is therefore, required to prevent such a condition. Controlling one’s blood pressure as well as cholesterol levels are the best ways to avoid these heart disorders. Eating a healthy diet to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol can go a long way in keeping the disease at bay. Also, trying to remain stress free plays an important role too. Other measures which can have a positive effect are having appropriate sleep, regular exercise and maintaining the right weight.

Sleep and exercise

Given below are few dietary changes and food swaps that you could make in order to keep your blood pressure and cholesterol levels under control:

Kick Some, Add Some: Have a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fat-free dairy products, lean meats, beans, and fish like salmon, tuna (rich in omega 3 fatty acids). Foods that you should try and discard are those which are high in sodium content, and all saturated fats.

Adopting DASH: Consult a dietitian and together plan for a DASH diet which is Dietary Approach to Stop Hypertension, which basically is a life long diet alteration and consists of the above mentioned food inclusions and exclusions itself.

The Dash Diet

See Sugar as Enemy: First, uncontrolled weight gain increases the risk of hypertensive heart disease, and we all no sugar is the best way to shoot up weight gain process. Two, sugar maybe your bigger than salt when it comes to high blood pressure. So limit your sugar intake at once.

Counter LDLs with HDLs: Not all cholesterol is bad for you. While low-density lipoprotein is bad cholesterol and can lead to many heart ailments, high density lipoprotein (HDL) counters the bad effects of LDLs. So you introduce fish oil supplements, soy products or walnuts in your diets as they come under bad cholesterol reducing foods while adding good cholesterol in your system.

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