How To Lower Blood Pressure Naturally With L-Arginine And Exercise – High BP Treatment Supplement

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http://herbreview.org/how-to-lower-blood-pressure-with-l-arginine-and-exercise Taking l-arginine an hour or two before aerobic exercise may be an effective w…

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HerbReview says:

Jabah, your’e welcome. Sorry for late reply (7 months, LOL.)

HerbReview says:

Kevein, THANK YOU! That’s the kind of info I need. About dosages and time
frames. If a supplement doesn’t work immediately, I tend to move on
quickly… I needed to hear what you said. I’ll follow up on this. Cheers,
Usuff

Marc Tonzillo says:

cayenne pepper, magnesium and hawthorne gets my pressure to 140/90. may try
arginine to get it lower.

jabah jabawoki says:

Yusuf. Thanks for the great tips on ginger in particular.

Katheleen Haener says:

I notice lots of people keep on speaking about Hibloderox Remedy. But I’m
not sure if it is good. Have you ever tried this popular hypertension home
treatment?

tnmann10 says:

Yo dude, instead of writing the number down.. Press the zero button!

El_Skippy says:

ProArgi-9 Plus

Robert Kavanaugh says:

I believe hypertension, in people without pheochromocytoma or renal
stenosis , is caused by a dysfunction of L-Arginine metabolism. Rather than
an l-arginine deficiency, the core of the problem is actually oxidative
stress (free radicals) caused by stress, poor diet, disturbed sleep, but
most especially by depressed levels of endogenous antioxidant enzyme
function. My primary hypothesis is a lack of plant polyphenols (NRF2/Keap1
activating compounds like phytoestrogens, pterostilbenes, resveratrol, just
to name a few) and the absence of aerobic exercise, are primarily
responsible for this dysregulation. Depressed antioxidant enzyme response
(ARE) results in elevated free radicals, which turn L-Arginine into
asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA), which in turn causes nitric oxide (NO)
dysfunction in the vascular system. Since NO is responsible for smooth
muscle contraction, the vascular dysfunction of NO results in
vasoconstriction and hypertension. This hypothesis suggests that simply
reducing blood pressure over the longer term (outside of hypertensive
emergency) is inadequate to reverse the morbidity and mortality rates of
hypertension. The Cochran Report on hypertension supports this hypothesis
and calls into question the value of ACE inhibitors, calcium channel
blockers, and beta blockers. Supplementation with L-Arginine may help
diminish the accumulated ADMA levels and a number of journal articles
discuss this as the ‘L-Arginine Paradox.’ Personally, I am trying to
target the underlying oxidative stress/inflammation that results in the
l-arginine dysfunction. Polyphenol rich plants, especially soybeans, a
small amount of red wine, fish oil, vitamin d, plus superoxide dismutase
inducing dietary supplements, and of greatest importance, regular aerobic
exercise has always reduced my own hypertension and the peer reviewed
journal articles seem to be moving to that conclusion as well. Everyone is
different, some people may have an underlying pathogenesis causing
hypertension, but as most of us seem to be on the same dysfunction of
metabolism, a pathway revealed by hypertension, rather than caused by it,
which leads to metabolic syndrome, type II diabetes, obesity and shorten
lives, it would be wise to determine and address the root causes:
oxidative stress and inflammatory response. 

Criss Harry says:

You Can Reverse High Blood Pressure Naturally
By Following a Simple Plan of Diet
For More Information on this Plan:
Search Google for: *”Hibloderox Remedy”*

Melanie Sanders says:

*While medication can lower blood pressure, it may cause side effects such
as leg cramps, dizziness, and insomnia. Fortunately, most people can bring
down their blood pressure naturally without medication.*

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