Cardiovascular diseases can carry life-threatening risks to those affected. The use of certain types of vitamins and minerals can help prevent these diseases or slow the progression of existing diseases. Find out here when micronutrients can be effective, what the correct dosages are, and what to pay attention to when taking them.
Reducing the risk of high blood pressure
High blood pressure causes damage to the blood vessels which leads to calcification of the arteries in the long term. Certain types of micronutrients, such as magnesium, potassium, and vitamin D regulate and help reduce blood pressure levels. This often means that the dosage of blood pressure lowering medications can be reduced. This also reduces the risk of further damage to the blood vessels. Find out all you need to know about micronutrient medicine and blood pressure here.
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