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1. Gender, age and hypertension: before menopause, the proportion of women with hypertension is slightly lower than that of men, and after menopause, there is no significant difference in the probability of hypertension with men, hypertension patients and even men.
2. Poor living habits and hypertension: A large number of survey results show that dietary structure has an important impact on the occurrence and development of hypertension and stroke.
3. Excessive work pressure and hypertension: with the continuous progress of social civilization, the competition is becoming more and more fierce, the pace of people's life is getting faster and faster, the pressure from all aspects is getting bigger and bigger, then, the human body will produce a series of changes, causing the heart load aggravating, causing hypertension.
4. Mood and hypertension: Changes in mood can cause many subtle changes in the body. For example, some vasoconstriction hormones are secreted when people are angry or irritable, and vasoconstriction can raise blood pressure, which in the long term can lead to high blood pressure.
5. Genetics and hypertension: A large number of clinical data have proved that hypertension is related to genetic factors. If both parents suffer from hypertension, the incidence of hypertension in their children can reach 46%; The incidence of hypertension in children of one parent was 28%, while the incidence of hypertension in children of parents with normal blood pressure was only 3%.
6. Overweight, obesity and hypertension: The prevalence of hypertension in overweight and obese people is 2-3 times higher than that in normal weight people.
How to prevent high blood pressure?
A healthy lifestyle, at any time and for any patient with hypertension, is an effective treatment to reduce hypotension and control other risk factors and clinical conditions. Key measures include sticking to your sodium intake;
Control your weight; To give up smoking; Don't drink too much alcohol; Sports and sports; Reduce mental stress; Keep your mental balance. Specific criteria are as follows:
1. Reduce sodium intake: Currently, the World Health Organization recommends that cooking salt should be less than 6g per day as much as possible, and it is recommended to use quantifiable salt spoons; Reduce monosodium glutamate, soy sauce and other seasonings containing sodium salt
2. The simplest and most commonly used physiological measurement index to measure overweight and obesity is the BMI calculation formula.
3. Smoking is one of the major risk factors for cardiovascular diseases and cancer, and passive smoking can also significantly increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Therefore, doctors strongly advise and urge hypertensive patients to quit smoking.
4. Long-term heavy drinking can lead to elevated blood pressure, and limiting the amount of alcohol consumed can significantly reduce the risk of blood pressure.
5. It is recommended to do moderate physical activity of about 30 minutes every day and aerobic physical exercise more than once a week.
6. The main causes of increased mental stress include low work and life stress and pathological psychology, including depression, anxiety and type A personality.
So start changing your habits now! Let's stay away from disease!
What's more,wearing a BP smart watch which can monitor your blood pressure everywhere and anytime will help you a lot to get your goals.