For people with hypertension, exercising is an important requirement to improve health and control the condition. In fact, many studies have shown that regular physical exercise in addition to increasing HDL lipoprotein (the good type of lipoprotein that prevents atherosclerosis) is also involved in lowering blood pressure by reducing activity plasma renin, adrenalin, and nor-adrenalin secretion. These are hormonal substances that increase blood pressure.
Some exercises can be suitable for people with high blood pressure such as walking, cycling, yoga. These are gentle exercises, reduce the burden on the heart, and some exercises help you regulate your breathing and psychology to control blood pressure effectively. If you do not have time to participate in the exercises above, you can join the “High Blood Pressure Program” of Blue Heron Health News. The program includes daily exercises to help you control blood pressure simply and effectively, you only take 9 minutes a day for exercises.