why your blood pressure High in winter. what are the reason. how can controll your blood pressure in winter , if blood pressure is high what are the symtym. plz must read this article

🤔Why is my blood pressure higher in winter?
👉Blood pressure generally is higher in the winter and lower in the summer. That's because low temperatures cause blood vessels to temporarily narrow. This increases blood pressure because more pressure is needed to force blood through narrowed veins and arteries.
🤔How do you bring high blood pressure down quickly?
🎎How Can I Lower My Blood Pressure Immediately?
👉1.Take a warm bath or shower. Stay in your shower or bath for at least 15 minutes and enjoy the warm water. ...
👉2.Do a breathing exercise. Take a deep breath from your core, hold your breath for about two seconds, then slowly exhale. 
🤔Is cold air good for high blood pressure?
👉Cold temperatures can raise blood pressure, say University of Florida researchers. For people with year-round high blood pressure, chilly weather can make matters worse, sending their blood pressure even higher than normal.
🤔What weather is good for high blood pressure?
👉The warmer weather is great for lowering high blood pressure, especially after a long winter. Not only can a bit of sun help refill your blood pressure lowering vitamin D supply, the heat that comes with summer will also improve your blood pressure.
🤔Does drinking cold water lower blood pressure?
👉Drinking cold water or cold carbonated water for orthostatic pre-syncope may increase blood pressure and improve baroreflex function.
🤔What is normal blood pressure by age?
👉A normal blood pressure level is less than 120/80 mmHg.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Age Men Women
18-39 years 119/70 mm Hg 110/68 mm Hg
40-59 years 124/77 mm Hg 122/74 mm Hg
60+ years 133/69 mm Hg 139/68 mm Hg
🤔What is stroke level blood pressure?
👉If your blood pressure is 180/120 mm Hg or greater and you have chest pain, shortness of breath, or symptoms of stroke. Stroke symptoms include numbness or tingling, trouble speaking, or changes in vision.
🤔What is the main cause of high blood pressure?
👉What causes high blood pressure? High blood pressure usually develops over time. It can happen because of unhealthy lifestyle choices, such as not getting enough regular physical activity. Certain health conditions, such as diabetes and having obesity, can also increase the risk for developing high blood pressure.
🤔How  do you feel when you have high blood pressure?
👉Blood pressure is mostly a silent disease
Unfortunately, high blood pressure can happen without feeling any abnormal symptoms. Moderate or severe headaches, anxiety, shortness of breath, nosebleeds, palpitations, or feeling of pulsations in the neck are some signs of high blood pressure.
🤔Do and don'ts for high blood pressure?
👉Here are 10 lifestyle changes that can lower blood pressure and keep it down.
Lose extra pounds and watch your waistline. Blood pressure often increases as weight increases. ...
Exercise regularly. ...
Eat a healthy diet. ...
Reduce salt (sodium) in your diet. ...
Limit alcohol. ...
Quit smoking. ...
Get a good night's sleep. ...
Reduce stress.
🤔Can stress cause high blood pressure?
👉Reactions to stress can affect blood pressure
The body releases a surge of hormones when under stress. These hormones cause the heart to beat faster and the blood vessels to narrow. These actions increase blood pressure for a time. There's no proof that stress by itself causes long-term high blood pressure.
🤔What is the first aid for high blood pressure at home?
👉Sit down and focus on your breathing. Take a few deep breaths and hold them for a few seconds before releasing. Take your blood pressure medication if your doctor has prescribed something for you. A cup of hibiscus or chamomile tea can also help you feel calmer, it is a good idea to stock up on these teabags.
✒️ Dr Rana SP Singh Senior physician Patna 🙏

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