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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Supplements to Increase/Raise Blood Pressure (How to Treat Low Blood Pressure Naturally) (Treat Hypotension with Supplements)

Low blood pressure is often a tricky problem to treat, since there are multiple causes and since medications tend to interact in different (often complex) ways with blood pressure. One may think that their low blood pressure, or hypotension is caused by a medication, when in fact it may be something as simple as dehydration, or the other way around. Either way, consistently low blood pressure (resting) and postural hypotension (orthostatic hypotension), which is low blood pressure upon standing or changing position, are both medical concerns, which, if untreated, may in some individuals negatively impact the Brain, Heart and Kidneys [1] [2] [3]

Now, if one does not present with any of the following symptoms, low blood pressure may not be a significant concern, unless it falls below 80/55.

Typically, symptoms of low blood pressure are the following.

  • Excess sweating [4].
  • Cold, clammy hands [5].
  • Dizziness [6].
  • Fainting [7].
  • Fatigue/Lethargy [8].
  • Sudden increase in heart rate upon standing [9].
  • Feeling unusually hot or cold [10].

Often, the reasons for low blood pressure are one or more of the following.

  1. Insufficient water intake [11].
  2. Insufficient salt intake [12].
  3. Adrenal Fatigue [13].
  4. Low Fat Intake (saturated fat, unsaturated lesser so) [14].
  5. Medications [15].
  6. Low red blood cell count, Anemia [16].
  7. Low levels of Vitamin B12 in the blood [17].

Considering the above, the most obvious remedies for low blood pressure would be.

  1. Increasing water intake [18].
  2. Adding sea salt, himalaya salt or celtic salt to the diet. A quarter of a teaspoon may be sufficient for some, added to water or foods [19] [20].
  3. Supplements to reboot the adrenal glands, follow my Adrenal Revival Stack [21] [22] [23].
  4. Increasing fat intake, eat more eggs, drink whole organic milk, such as this brand [24].
  5. Supplement with Sublingual Vitamin B12 if deficient.
  6. For medications, talk to your Doctor about switching to a medication that is blood-pressure sparing or has less influence on resting blood pressure, there may also be supplements that can help boost blood pressure, but it depends on why you are taking the medication in the first place [25].

For beta-blockers, if taken for Anxiety, the best action is to either reduce the dosage or switch to a lighter medication. Some may find Gabapentin to have less of an effect on blood pressure and equal benefit in treating anxiety.


If other methods fail, a supplement called Yohimbine may work very well.
--> I recommend Primaforce Yohimbine. It is 99.99% purity. It is pure yohimbine, pharmaceutical yohimbine, not yohimbe bark or herbal yohimbine.
DOSE DIRECTIONS : For orthostatic hypotension or low blood pressure, Yohimbine (not yohimbe bark) should be taken at 2.5 mg - 5 mg twice or three times a day. Consult a Physician prior to use. Read studies below.

It has been studied for orthostatic hypotension in large double-blind placebo-controlled studies on multiple occasions, and has consistently been beneficial in treating all forms of low blood pressure.

Caffeine at 200 MG 1-3 times per day, each dose spaced about 4-6 hours apart may also be very helpful in bringing up a low blood pressure [26] [27] [28] [29].

There is some evidence that Licorice root tea's and supplements may treat low blood pressure caused by adrenal insufficiency.

My recommended high-potency licorice tea is listed below.


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