Homeopathy Medicine for Hypertension
Hypertension is the medical term for raised blood pressure. Since an individual’s blood pressure tends to rise with age, the term hypertension will be used when blood pressure exceeds the normal range for that age group. Uncontrolled blood pressure can cause a number of serious complications, such as kidney failure, heart disease, stroke, and many others.
In the general population, hypertension is very common, but in 95% of cases, there is no clear-cut cause, leading to the label of “essential hypertension,” which is thought to be influenced by genetic and heredity factors.
There are multiple factors that increase chances of hypertension significantly:
- high cholesterol (body fat) levels
- excessive alcohol and cigarette use,
- Food (more salt intake),
- A very small percentage of cases—referred to as secondary hypertension—in which hypertension is the result of some particular disease condition in the body are caused by lifestyle factors (lack of exercise, lack of sleep, mental stress, etc.).
Even when blood pressure readings are at dangerously high levels, the majority of people with high blood pressure exhibit no symptoms at all.
- Severe headaches.
- Fatigue or confusion.
- Vision problems.
- Chest pain.
- Difficulty breathing.
- Irregular heartbeat.
- Blood in the urine.
High blood pressure comes in two different forms.
Primary (essential) hypertension
Primary hypertension has several causes, some of which are unknown.
- Being overweight or obese.
- Lack of physical activity.
- Having a diet that is too salty
- A daily alcohol intake of more than one or two drinks is considered excessive.
Secondary hypertension is a term used to describe high blood pressure that occurs in some people and is brought on by an underlying condition. Secondary hypertension can be brought on by a number of illnesses and medications, including:
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Kidney problems
- Adrenal gland tumors
- Thyroid problems
- Some blood vessel flaws are congenitally present at birth.
- prescription drugs, over-the-counter painkillers, cold medications, decongestants, birth control pills, and other medications
- Cocaine and amphetamines are prohibited substances.
Numerous factors, such as the following, can cause high blood pressure:
Being overweight or obese
Not being physically active
Too much salt (sodium) in your diet.Too little potassium in your diet..
Drinking too much alcohol.
Certain chronic conditions
Children may be at risk for high blood pressure, even though it is more common in adults. For some kids, high blood pressure is brought on by kidney or heart issues, but a growing number of kids have poor lifestyle habits that also contribute to high blood pressure, such as eating a poor diet, being overweight, and not exercising.
The greater the damage, the higher the blood pressure, and the longer it remains uncontrolled, the more pressure our artery walls are subjected to, which results in damage to our blood vessels and internal organs.
Uncontrolled hypertension can result in complications like:
- Heart attack or stroke.
- Heart failure.
- Your kidneys’ blood vessels are weakened and constrict.
- eye blood vessels that are enlarged, constricted, or torn.
- Memory or comprehension issues.
Homoeopathycan be very effective in treating either primary or secondary hypertension because homeopathy treats the whole person and prescribes medication based on the whole person’s symptoms. Salt restriction, moderate exercise, and lifestyle modification are also important in managing hypertension, in addition to homeopathy.
1.Allium Sativum 30It is very helpful for people with high blood pressure and high cholesterol. The pain in the chest that prevents sleep and causes palpitations is relieved by this medication.
2.Aconitum Napellus30-A very helpful medication for high blood pressure, anxiety, and restlessness. -A very helpful medication when a person frequently has a sudden fear of death, palpitations, and a feeling of weight under the breastbone and oppression in the chest. -A helpful medication when heart pain radiates to the left shoulder.
3.Baryta Mur 30-Most frequently prescribed for high systolic and low diastolic blood pressure. Useful for changes in the arteries caused by arteriosclerosis (abnormal thickening and hardening of artery walls). Vertigo, irregular heartbeats, and a heated sensation in the upper part of the chest are also common side effects.
4.Crataegus OxyacanthaA very effective medication to lower blood pressure by removing calcareous deposits from the arteries. Other symptoms include anxiety and cardiac dyspnea, as well as pain around the heart, chest pressure, an accelerated heartbeat, and an irregular heartbeat.