Dr.Armughan Riaz
M.B.B.S, Dip Card
Consultant Cardiologist


Homeopathic Medicine for High Blood Pressure

Homeopathic Medicine for High Blood Pressure, Homeopathic treatment lowers blood pressure by encouraging dietary changes

Homeopathic Medicine for High Blood Pressure


Alternative medicine is the latest trend. Its advantages and disadvantages vary from person to person and from disease to disease. High blood pressure is a condition which can be treated using homeopathic medicines, which include changing personal behaviours. It is usually advised to people going for alternative treatment to first consult with their doctors so that they do not end up worsening their condition rather than improving it.

Homeopathic Medicine for High Blood Pressure

The most obvious benefit of using homeopathic medicine in high blood pressure is to avoid the conventional medicines that can have serious side effects. These also improve the over all health of the patient. Besides this, homeopathic medicine is also less expensive than the conventional medicines.

Homeopathic treatment lowers blood pressure by encouraging dietary changes

such as eating a low-salt and low fat diet. It also urges to drink at least 64 oz of water daily and forbids the consumption of alcohol and caffeinated drinks. Homeopathic remedies also include physical workouts in the form of yoga, tai chi, qigong, stretching and moderate aerobic exercise, which can work as effectively as prescription drugs.

Herbs and supplements such as coenzyme Q10, omega-3 fatty acids, L-arginine and L-taurine are important ingredients in Homeopathic for the treatment of high blood pressure. These affect the blood vessels in the same way as blood pressure medications do. These herbs and supplements are available easily as over-the counter medicines from health stores. As most of these supplements and herbs do not have the dosage or method of use written on their bottles or containers, they should not be consumed without first consulting a doctor.

Most people think that when they take alternative medicines there is no need for conventional drugs. This is not a good practice. Prescribed drugs should not be discontinued without doctor’s approval and should be taken along with any alternative treatment you are following.


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