"Some common side effects of high blood pressure medicines include: Cough. Diarrhea or constipation. Dizziness or lightheartedness. Erection problems. Feeling nervous. Feeling tired, weak, drowsy, or a lack of energy. Headache. Nausea or vomiting." from Web MD.
Blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides are not just numbers on your blood work results.
They show the state of your most important organ, your heart. In a fetus, the heart develops before the brain so that this whole tiny body inside you can receive oxygen and nutrients through the blood system. It is not just an organ that pumps blood but the center of emotions and emotional health. The heart sends chemical messages to the brain and tells it when something hurtful occurs. That then tells the brain to record this event as scary or traumatic. Your heart is not just a functional organ but the seat of our emotions. This is why people will say I am heartbroken with the death of my husband or he broke her heart.' Broken heart syndrome' is a real physical change to heart function from grief and death of a loved one.
In broken heart syndrome, a part of your heart temporarily enlarges and doesn’t pump well, while the rest of your heart functions normally or with even more forceful contractions. Researchers are just starting to learn the causes, and how to diagnose and treat it.
The bad news: Broken heart syndrome can lead to severe, short-term heart muscle failure.
The good news: Broken heart syndrome is usually treatable. Most people who experience it make a full recovery within weeks, and they’re at low risk for it happening again (although in rare cases in can be fatal)." http://www.heart.org/en/health-topics/cardiomyopathy/what-is-cardiomyopathy-in-adults/is-broken-heart-syndrome-real
The #1 herb for all heart issues is Hawthorne Berries!
Hawthorn is a heart tonic used for hundreds of years, even today by doctors in Europe for heart problems. This herb is prescribed daily in Europe by doctors!
It helps get oxygen to the heart and from the heart through the body. It seems to help heal the heart as a whole, supporting its functions and healing imbalances to this all important organ.
It contains tannins and other components that tone the muscles of the heart helping them to work as God intended. Hawthorn lowers heart rate and blood pressure by helping the heart to heal and work more effectively.
This is from Wed MD," How does Hawthorne work?"Hawthorn can help improve the amount of blood pumped out of the heart during contractions, widen the blood vessels, and increase the transmission of nerve signals.
Hawthorn also seems to have blood pressure-lowering activity, according to early research. It seems to cause relaxing of the blood vessels farther from the heart. It seems that this effect is due to a component in hawthorn called proanthocyanidin.
Research suggests that hawthorn can lower cholesterol, low density lipoprotein (LDL, or “bad cholesterol”), and triglycerides (fats in the blood). It seems to lower accumulation of fats in the liver and the aorta (the largest artery in the body, located near the heart). Hawthorn fruit extract may lower cholesterol by increasing the excretion of bile, reducing the formation of cholesterol, and enhancing the receptors for LDLs. It also seems to have antioxidant activity." "
Here are some patient input results on Web MD to review regarding Hawthorne and its effectiveness.
Notes on the use of herbs for health problems below:
- Don't expect to take this herb and get immediate results.It could takes days, weeks, or months. It may not work if your lifestyle is not improved such as cutting out sugar or fast food. The proper dose is important for results so consult a holistic doctor to make sure you are taking a dose based on your individual health and lifestyle.This is a deadly serous issue that needs to be dealt with properly.
- If you have blocked arteries, are in the middle of a heart attack, having heart attack symptoms, heart abnormalities or or in critical shape...see a doctor or go to ER. Know the real state of your heart health through a physical and lab work by a doctor.