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Heart Care from A.Vogel contains Hawthorn, a plant that has a regulatory effect on blood pressure: it helps decrease high blood pressure and increase low blood pressure. It will gradually help bring blood pressure back to normal. ... Read more >
Tinnitus is typically associated with noise in your ear, either a whooshing sound (ocean-like) or ringing. Having chronic sinus infections does not help because the sinuses often drain in the throat, which can lead to inflammation and infection. The ... Read more >
Lying down can help since it makes it easier for the heart to push blood to the brain and the main organs. Make sure that you drink extra water before going to sleep. Low blood pressure is often a sign of dehydration. We should drink a minimum of 2 ... Read more >
Healthy blood pressure ranges from 120/75 to 140/85. The higher is the systolic pressure—the pressure in the arteries when the heart is pumping. The lower the diastolic pressure—the pressure in the arteries when the heart is at rest, in ... Read more >