3 ways to lower blood pressure – beyond diet and exercise

June 1, 2019 Providence Health Team


In this article:

  • Blood pressure is a key indicator for cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke.

  • Beyond diet and exercise, there are other things proven to reduce risk of hypertension as you age.

  • A Providence cardiologist shares the surprising health benefits of breathwork, music, and laughter.

Is your blood pressure too high? Then you probably know about the role diet and exercise plays in keeping your numbers low, especially as you age. You limit your fats, eat your veggies and do your best to get your steps in for the day. But what else can you do?



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