The excessive force of the blood against the walls of the arteries
causes blood pressure.
There are no signs of it. If left untreated, it can eventually lead to
illnesses like heart disease and stroke.
Unfortunately, high blood pressure can develop even when no
unusual symptoms are present.
High blood pressure can cause moderate to severe headaches,
anxiety, breathlessness, nosebleeds, palpitations, or the sensation of
pulsations in the neck.
All people should get their blood pressure checked annually because
they are frequently the last indicators that high blood pressure has
been present for some time.
How to deal with it
Get 4 English pear (Avocado pear) seeds, chop them up, let them dry
in the sun, and then crush them into a powder.
Add a teaspoon of this powder to your hot cup of green tea, Koko, or
coffee and drink. every day for two weeks.