Yoga for High Blood Pressure



Do you pr someone you know have high blood pressure and you're on a journey to help you? Here are some simple yet effective techniques you can do to start with. In most cases, normal blood pressure is less than 120 / 80. You can have your blood pressure checked at a local pharmacy or by a primary health physician.


Tips to help with high blood pressure:

  1. Maintain a healthy diet

  2. Maintain a healthy weight

  3. Avoid alcohol

  4. Reduce Stress

  5. Quit smoking

  6. Exercise regularly


Yoga can help with 3 of the helpful suggestions.

  • Exercise regularly

  • Maintain healthy weight

  • Reduce stress


Please consult with a doctor first before attending any yoga class if you have high blood pressure. Reasoning is that some styles include backbends, inversions, and challenging standing poses that may effect your blood pressure in an undesirable way. It would be wise to start with a gentle style of yoga or some yoga poses that would be gentle.


Some suggested poses are the following:

  1. Child's pose

  2. Bridge variation

  3. Legs up the wall


Below are pictures of the poses showcased as listed above.


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