How does it work?
Blood Pressure issues are one of the easiest problems to resolve. Weather it’s hypertension or hypotension, these are caused by the blockage of the heart meridian. Heart is the main engine in our bodies that controls the absorption and flow of energy. The first step in our treatment program is to establish the depth or extent of the blockage within the heart. We then stimulate the heart meridian to allow the energy to flow through the organ and body. Once the flow of energy is enabled, the heart starts to restore it’s function and get stronger day by day. This will initially cause oscillation of your blood pressure, but will eventually stabilise and balance out.
Blood Pressure Problem
When blood pressure stays persistently high, low, or erratic, problems can arise. The most common blood pressure disorders are high blood pressure (hypertension) and low blood pressure (hypotension). Both have many causes and can range in severity from mild to dangerous.
High Blood Pressure – Hypertension
High blood pressure 140/90 mm Hg is considered to be hypertensive and occurs when blood pressure within the arteries puts too much stress on the artery walls, which causes the heart to work harder. It also leads to unhealthy tissue growth within the walls of the arteries, and thickening and weakening of the heart muscle. Over 1 in 3 Australian adults (34%) had high blood pressure in 2014–15. Close to six million adult Australians have hypertension, and many have no plan to manage or treat their condition. Most need as many as three or four medications to control blood pressure.
Low Blood Pressure – Hypotension
Low blood pressure, or hypotension, generally refers to a blood pressure reading below an average of about 90/60 mmHg. People who are very sick can have a sudden, severe drop in their blood pressure as well as other symptoms relating to the condition that is making them unwell.
People can have low blood pressure if they are very fit or if they are:
- Overheated, from the weather, hot baths or showers, or wearing too many clothes
- Have too little blood circulating, from donating blood, or from bleeding heavily, or from being dehydrated
- Are pregnant
- Are taking one of many different types of medicines
- Have a lot of drugs or alcohol in the system
- Are having an allergic reaction
- Are seriously ill with an infection
- Have certain heart conditions
- Have a disorder of the nervous system or endocrine system
- In severe pain
- Have nutritional deficiencies