2013 – HBP Magnesium Supplement lowers your blood pressure_1.2

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If you’re suffering from high blood pressure and find it difficult to find an affordable, easy and healthy way to lower it, the results from a new research study will give you hope.

According to the researchers from Hertfordshire University, Hatfield, in the UK, regular use of a common supplement found in every drug store significantly lowers high blood pressure in less than twelve weeks.
This powerful supplement not only lowers blood pressure but is absolutely crucial to maintain heart health.
British researchers conducted a double blind, placebo-controlled study involving 155 study participants.

They were instructed to consume either a daily dose of oxide supplements or a placebo for a 12-week period.

The results revealed a significant reduction in blood pressure in hypertensive study participants who took magnesium compared to the placebo group, for both systolic and diastolic numbers.

Your body needs magnesium to produce a powerful substance called vasodilators.

When blood pressure spikes, blood vessels harden and become narrow. That forces the heart to increase the power to be able to supply enough blood to body tissues.
Vasodilators help your blood vessels to relax and expand, allowing the blood flow more easily, resulting in lower blood pressure.
Magnesium is extremely important to your heart. It’s responsible for the action of our heart muscle, relaxation of blood vessels, proper immune functioning, blood glucose regulation, as well as nerve and muscle function.

It also helps dissolve blood clots, prevents arrhythmia, spasms in the heart muscle and acts as a powerful antioxidant against free radicals.

Magnesium is abundant in different foods, especially fruits, green vegetables and cereal.

The recommended intake of Magnesium for adult men is about 400 mg/day, and for adult women, 310 mg/day.
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