Proper Sleep Position And Diet For People With Hypertension And Stroke?
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Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) is a diet recommended for individuals that aims to prevent or treat hypertension, as well as reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke as a long-term complication.
The DASH diet is focused on eating fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and skinless meat. It is recommended to reduce red meat (edible meat such as skinless chicken or fish), reduce salt (a maximum of 1 teaspoon or 2300 mg per day) and added sugar, and reduce excess fat intake from food processing. It also needs to reduce packaged foods or canned foods because they contain high sodium or salt.
Then it is also recommended not to consume alcohol, stop smoking, reduce caffeine consumption, reduce stress, and routinely exercise. Perform blood pressure control routinely and routinely consume high blood medicine given by your doctor.
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