Reversing High Blood Pressure, The Easy Way
alexoscarew | February 19, 2013 at 03:38 amby
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High Blood Pressure Decoded
Blood Pressure is primarily a function of:
- Blood Viscosity: The ratio of particulate matter dissolved in your blood determines the viscosity or thickness of your blood.
- Fluid Passage Size: As material deposits and builds up on the surface of fluid passages, fluid flow is constricted, increasing blood pressure.
- Fluid Passage Glide: As material deposits and builds up on the surface of fluid passages, they become rough which increase rate of material build up.
- Fluid Passage Elasticity: As material deposits and builds up on the surface of fluid passages, they become rigid with very little ability to expand and contract. When this occurs, even the slightest activity can cause huge increases in blood pressure.
Blood is best to be primarily water. Blood passages are best when they’re optimally sized, slippery and expand/contract on demand.