According to the American Heart Association (AHA), healthy lifestyle choices are a great place to start when it comes to avoiding high blood pressure.
The health body recommends eating a well balanced diet that’s low in salt, limiting alcohol, enjoying regular physical activity, managing stress, maintaining a healthy weight, quitting smoking and more.
Furthermore, experts believe drinking plenty of water can also reduce hypertension. But how much water should you drink in a day to lower blood pressure levels? Let’s find out.
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