If you are reading this, its either of three things, 1) you have someone close to you that is/was afflicted. 2) You are afflicted, 3) You don’t want to be afflicted hence looking for a way.
Statistics reveal that the population of Nigeria is divided into this categories;
Diabetes – 6 million
High Blood Pressure – 56 million
Poor – 100 million
I lost my Dad to stroke orchestrated by high blood pressure in 2005, and since then, it has piqued my interest and made me realize, how fickle and nonchalant we can be when it comes to our health.
How many people have dropped dead, looking apparently healthy around you? You yourself reading this, when was the last time you did a check of your vital signs, checked your Blood pressure, sugar level. My sister, once told me a story of a senior medical consultant in UCH, who approached a Senior Colleague to complain about feeling unwell. Immediately on the spot, the colleague ordered for a wheel chair to made available for him, instructed him not to move a muscle until the wheel chair arrived and found himself in ICU for almost a week. Diagnosis, he was minutes away from an imminent heart attack, his blood pressure had risen so bad, he didn’t pay attention to it.
What Is “Normal” Blood Pressure?
A blood pressure reading has a top number (systolic) and bottom number (diastolic). The ranges are:
- Normal: Less than 120 over 80 (120/80)
- Prehypertension: 120-139 over 80-89
- Stage 1 high blood pressure: 140-159 over 90-99
- Stage 2 high blood pressure: 160 and above over 100 and above
- High blood pressure in people over age 60: 150 and above over 90 and above
Causes of high blood pressure
In more than 90% of cases, the cause of high blood pressure (hypertension) is unknown but several factors can increase your risk of developing the condition.
Where there is no specific cause, high blood pressure is referred to by doctors as primary or essential hypertension.
Factors that can raise your risk of developing primary hypertension include:
- age – the risk of developing high blood pressure increases as you get older
- a family history of high blood pressure (the condition seems to run in families)
- being of African or Caribbean origin
- a high amount of salt in your food
- a lack of exercise
- being overweight or obese
- drinking large amounts of alcohol
About 10% of high blood pressure cases are the result of an underlying condition or cause. These cases are referred to as secondary hypertension.
Common causes of secondary hypertension include:
- kidney disease
- narrowing of the arteries (large blood vessels) supplying the kidneys
- hormonal conditions, such as Cushing’s syndrome
- conditions that affect the body’s tissue, such as lupus
- oral contraceptive pill
- painkillers known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen
- recreational drugs, such as cocaine, amphetamines and crystal methamphetamine
Here in Nigeria, different orthodox and unorthodox solutions are been used in managing this terror. The truth is, it can’t be cured absolutely, but it can be managed effectively.
We happened to have come across, a medication that can not only effectively managed it, but manage other related ailments as well.
Its called Ruzu Herbal Bitters.
Ruzu Herbal Bitters is the most potent and cheapest management you’ll find in the market. Normal Management costs above N30,000 a month. Ruzu Herbal Bitters can get your blood sugar down and keep you off insulin for less than N5,000 a month!
Diabetes was predicted over 20 years ago to be the pandemic of the 21st century, with the diet of the average Nigerian, Nigeria is the biggest diabetic region in Africa.
Although Nigeria lacks an aggregate data, the physicians state that no fewer than six million Nigerians are living with diabetes mellitus.
“There are three types of diabetes, Type 1(from birth), Type 2 diabetes and Gestational diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is the commonest type in Nigeria. More than six million Nigerians have diabetes. The situation demands that government should approach its control the way it is addressing HIV/AIDS and malaria,” – The Registrar at the Diabetes and Endocrinology Unit of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi-Araba, Dr. Kunle Adeyemi-Doro
International Diabetes Foundation
There were 3.747 million cases of diabetes in Nigeria in 2014.
Ruzu Herbal Bitters to the Rescue! It lowers blood sugar and makes for easier and cheaper management.
High Blood Pressure
Marking this year’s World Health Day in Nigeria with the theme “High Blood Pressure”(HBP),the Nigerian Medical Association disclosed that a staggering fifty- six million Nigerian people suffer from high blood pressure (HBP). This is based on the statistics carried out by World Health Organization (WHO) which said that one out of every three persons around the globe has hypertension, a situation which the world body said is deadly to the survival of mankind. – June 28, 2013 (Online News Article)
Poorer people are at greater risk! HBP is a silent killer, no signs except you check or when complications arise.
Further references can be found here about High Blood Pressure and your health;
Ruzu Herbal Bitters has veritably lowered blood pressure for people. This is cheaper management and quite effective.
The poor don’t save, because the poor don’t have, the poor don’t have because the poor don’t save.
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