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How to lower blood pressure

You have high blood pressure if the upper pressure is higher than 140mmHg and the lower pressure is higher than 90mmHg. The ideal upper pressure is between 120-90 mmHg and the ideal lower pressure is between 80-60 mmHg.

  1. Our blood pressure can increase during times of stress. Stress is one of the main causes of high blood pressure.
  2. An unhealthy lifestyle, such as poor diet, lack of exercise and kidney failure can also increase blood pressure.
  3. As you get older, you are more likely to have high blood pressure.

High blood pressure is risky, especially in the vascular area; think of atherosclerosis. This is why it is important to correct high blood pressure as soon as possible. But how exactly do you do that? And how do you get hypertension? 

We will answer these questions so read on!

What is high blood pressure?

Blood pressure is the pressure of the blood in your arteries - the vessels that carry your blood from your heart to your brain and the rest of your body. You need a certain amount of pressure to keep the blood flowing throughout the body.

Your blood pressure goes up and down throughout the day and night. It goes up when you are active and down when you are resting.

It is only when your blood pressure is always too high that you have hypertension.

the medical term for high bloodpressure is hypertension. It means that your blood pressure is constantly too high and that your heart has to work harder to pump blood around your body.

Too high a blood pressure is very serious. If left untreated, it can lead to heart problems such as a heart attack or stroke. It can also lead to kidney failure, heart failure, vision problems and vascular dementia.

Although your arteries are flexible to cope with your blood pressure going up and down, when your blood pressure is high, your arteries lose their flexibility because they become stiff or narrowed. The narrowing makes it easier for fatty deposits (atheroma) to clog them.


Hypertension, or high blood pressure, can cause headaches, blurred vision and shortness of breath. However, you will only experience these symptoms if the condition is very serious.

Some people have a higher risk of developing high blood pressure. 

For example, older people - especially those over 60 - have a higher risk of developing high blood pressure. This is because the blood vessels gradually become harder and less flexible as we get older. If you think you are at risk of developing high blood pressure, you should talk to your doctor about possible treatments.

Regular blood pressure checks at your doctor's surgery or at home with a blood pressure monitor can be crucial in diagnosing hypertension.

If you think you may be at risk of developing high blood pressure, you should contact your doctor to discuss treatment options.


Now that you understand what high blood pressure is, and we have explained above how it develops, we will now look at the differences between the causes of high blood pressure:

Primary hypertension tends to develop with age. There is no single identifiable cause for this type of high blood pressure. This makes it difficult because you do not know exactly what you can do about it. For primary hypertension, it is all about making certain lifestyle changes to lower blood pressure.

In up to 95% of cases of high blood pressure in our country, the underlying cause is not identified. Although essential hypertension is still something of a mystery, it is associated with certain risk factors.

High blood pressure tends to run in certain families and is more common in men than in women. Age and background also play a role. In the United States, for example, blacks are twice as likely to have high blood pressure as whites.

Nitric Oxide and Blood pressure

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Secondary hypertension, on the other hand, is caused by a number of factors, such as adrenal tumours or kidney problems such as renal artery stenosis (a condition that causes the arteries to narrow).Because secondary hypertension is the result of an underlying cause, it can be treated by treating that cause.

Improve blood flow to the heart.

If you want to improve the health of your heart, you need to improve the flexibility of your vascular system. Recover-Me is designed to stimulate the production of nitric oxide in the endothelial cells of the blood vessels, which causes the smooth muscle cells in the vessel walls to relax.

Scientific evidence shows that supplementation with L-Arginine is effective in converting nitric oxide. L-Arginine, L-Pyroglutamate, the salt of Arginine, is a component of our product.

It is no surprise that our customers are delighted with the positive effects of improving the vascular system. This improvement also has a beneficial effect on all other functions in our organs, bones, brain and skin tissue.

Background on blood circulation

Until adulthood, the body produces enough nitric oxide to keep blood vessel walls relaxed and flexible. As a result, most young people do not have high blood pressure or other forms of circulatory problems.

Over the years, most of us develop a hardening of the vascular system, making it less flexible and unable to adapt to indirect changes in blood pressure.

This makes it harder for the heart to pump blood, which can cause serious damage. This is one of the reasons why heart attacks and strokes are the biggest killers in the western world.

How does blood pressure occur?

Blood pressure determines the degree to which the heart contracts (systolic) and relaxes (diastolic) between beats. When the heart muscles relax, the four chambers expand and draw blood through the veins.

When the heart muscles contract, the volume of the chambers decreases, followed by a relaxation phase in which oxygen-rich blood is sucked from the lungs into the ventricles, where it is squeezed out and pumped through the blood vessels into the capillary system throughout the body.

Cardiovascular functionThe heart and the entire vascular system must be seen as a whole. Not only does the heart contract to force blood through the body, but the arteries also pulsate to push the blood further.

This is the function that declines with age, making it harder for the heart to do its job.

Administering L-Arginine, L-Glutamine and L-Lysine with the Recover-Me formula

When we reverse the stiffness of the vascular system by triggering nitric oxide, we promote blood flow to the organs, bones, brain and skin tissue more easily and farther, replenishing the cells and slowing down the ageing process. All of this has been independently researched and proven.

Recover-Me' s special formula optimises the production of nitric oxide in the blood vessels.4

Recover-Me Vascular contains not only L-Arginine, but also L-Lysine and L-Glutamine in the right proportions for optimal results. We also use a special form of L-Arginine, the salt of L-Pyroglutamate. L-Lysine has several important functions. L-glutamine helps to restore intestinal health and some important aspects of hormone function.

Improve blood flow to the kidneys

The combination of the right amino acids in Recover-Me Vascular in the right proportions, together with the carrier Palatinose (disaccharide), a slow-burning, non-cariogenic carbohydrate, has a strong supporting role in the slow release of nitric oxide and the endothelial cell relaxation process, thus having a positive effect on blood pressure and renal function. 

The kidneys play an important role in the regulation of blood pressure.

The kidneys are vascular organs whose main function is to filter waste products, excess toxins and extra water from the bloodstream.

Blood is forced through the glomerulus (microscopic filters), which removes bacteria, dead cells and waste products (at about 570 ml per minute), balancing minerals, salts and water before returning to the bloodstream via the renal vein.

Without this balanced process, nerves, muscles and other tissues in your body would not function properly. The kidneys also play an important role in regulating hormone function.

Studies on the importance of nitric oxide function in the cardiovascular system.

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customer feedback

From customer feedback, we  have learned that people with impaired kidney function who take Recover-Me Vascular for general support  have noticed changes in blood flow to the kidneys.

They report an increased frequency of urination immediately after the first taking the product. It can take up to a week for this to return to a normal frequency, depending on the stored toxins. This has a very positive effect on the user's overall health and well being.

Improving blood flow to the liver 5

L-Arginine has several unique beneficial biochemical and pharmacological properties. L-Arginine supplementation administered in a model of acute liver injury reduces both the extent of liver injury and bacterial translocation.

The role of nitric oxide in the effects on acute liver injury, bacterial translocation, ileal and cecal mucosal nucleotides and RNA and DNA show clear benefits. Bilirubin and liver enzymes increased significantly after oral administration of L-Arginine.

It is well known that nitric oxide plays an important role in the recovery from acute liver injury.6

In addition, supplementation with L-Arginine/L-Glutamine (both present in Recover-Me) improved mucosal nucleotides and intestinal function.

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Recover-Me is a unique formula, is created in response to  the discovery of the molecule, nitric oxide in the blood vessels. This discovery was so revolutionary that it won the Nobel Prize.3 

This molecule is a signalling molecule that ensures that blood pressure remains in the correct range. So if the blood pressure is high, it takes action to bring it down and if it is too low, it makes sure that the blood pressure goes up to get the blood flowing to all organs.

Increasing the level of nitric oxide in your blood helps to reduce heart attacks and improve blood circulation.2

Blood pressure in a nutshell:

Firstly, blood pressure determines the degree to which the heart expands (systolic) and contracts (diastolic) between beats. 

When the heart muscles relax, the four chambers expand and pull blood through the veins. When the heart muscles contract, the volume of the chambers decreases, followed by a relaxation phase in which oxygenated blood is sucked from your lungs into the ventricles, where it is pushed or pumped out through the blood vessels into the capillary system that runs throughout your body.

That's where Recover-Me can help. It's a supplement that triggers the body to increase the production of nitric oxide in your blood.





Regular exercise (150 minutes a week) strengthens your heart and helps it pump blood around your body more effectively. Too little exercise can lead to a higher heart rate, which can strain your arteries and raise your blood pressure.

It is important to be consistent. If you stop exercising, your blood pressure can rise again.

Regular exercise strengthens your heart, which pumps blood around your body more effectively.

Less exercise can lead to a higher heart rate, which puts more strain on your arteries and raises your blood pressure.

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Eat healthier -

A diet rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, low-fat dairy products, lean fats and low cholesterol can lower your blood pressure by 11 mm Hg.

People with high blood pressure can try the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet.

  1. Keep a food diary. Writing down what you eat, even for just a week, can give you surprising insights into your eating habits.
  2. Make sure you get enough potassium. Potassium can reduce the effects of sodium on blood pressure. Fruits and vegetables are the best sources of potassium.
  3. Ask your doctor about the best potassium intake for you.


Even a small reduction in the sodium content of your diet can lower your blood pressure by about 5 to 6 mm Hg.

Salt causes your body to retain fluid, which raises blood pressure. The effect of sodium intake on blood pressure varies from person to person.

Salt causes your body to retain fluid, which raises blood pressure. In general, you should limit sodium intake to 2,300 milligrams (mg) or less per day. A lower sodium intake - 1,500 mg a day or less - is ideal for most adults.

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Quit smoking -

Smoking can temporarily raise your blood pressure and damage your arteries, increasing your risk of heart disease. 

Obesity - 

Being overweight burdens your blood circulation and research shows that it can contribute to hypertension. Someone with a healthy weight has a much lower risk of high blood pressure.

Stress -

Stress can cause your blood pressure to rise temporarily. By reducing stress in your daily life, you will be able to reduce the risk of high blood pressure.

    When people develop arteriosclerosis or high cholesterol levels, this can lead to plaque deposition and plaque formation in the blood vessels.

    If this plaque continues to grow, it can obstruct blood flow.1

    Nitric oxide is our natural way of literally protecting ourselves from cardiovascular disease.
Prevent arteriosclerosis
    HDL helps remove excess cholesterol from your cellular tissue and from plaque in your arteries.

    That's why HDL is also called the 'good' cholesterol. HDL sends excess cholesterol back to your liver, which removes it from your body. 

    Nitric oxide helps to maintain a good balance between the good and bad cholesterol.2
Lowering cholesterol
    Dr Ignarro, Nobel Prize winner says: "The benefits of nitric oxide are numerous, especially for the cardiovascular system, but it also affects other systems.3

    Nitric oxide keeps your blood vessels healthy by increasing blood flow.

    Nitric oxide ensures that all organs in the body receive the right amount of blood and therefore the nutrients and oxygen they need.
Improve circulation 

High blood pressure - the silent kille.

We all have blood pressure because blood is being pumped around our bodies. Without this pressure, the blood would stagnate and be unable to carry nutrients and oxygen to all the cells in our bodies and remove waste products and carbon dioxide.

If our organs are not nourished, they will die. In short, blood pressure is vital. Our heart regulates blood pressure by pumping and circulating blood through our arteries, but our blood vessels also play an important role.

In everyday life, we don't feel how high or low our blood pressure is. Only in extreme situations, but we will come back to that later. So we are completely unaware when our blood pressure is too high.

Because constant high blood pressure is very dangerous for our health, it is also called 'the silent killer'.

What exactly is blood pressure?

Your heart is the engine of your vascular system, or the blood vessels that run through your body, the circulatory system within our body. Fun fact: Did you know that if we put all our blood vessels back to back, they could be wrapped around the earth several times?

Whether large blood vessels or small blood vessels (capillaries), without the pumping of your heart no blood would flow through them. Hence, good blood pressure is essential for the optimal functioning of our body. 

The heart is constantly pumping blood through the arteries, in our closed circuit of blood vessels. When the blood flows through the arteries, it puts pressure on the walls of the blood vessels. The force the blood exerts on the walls of the blood vessels is called blood pressure.

When your heart pumps, squeezes, the heartbeat we feel, we call the upper pressure. The negative pressure is the meeting when the heart is relaxed. When there is a great pressure on the blood, more tension is created on the blood vessels.

When your heart pumps, squeezes, the heartbeat we feel, we call the upper pressure. The negative pressure is the meeting when the heart is relaxed. When there is a great pressure on the blood, more tension is created on the blood vessels.

Since our vascular system is the lifeline, of our human body, it is very important that we keep our blood vessels well and thus our blood pressure under control. By this we mean a blood pressure that falls within the good values.         Facts on Veins             

High blood pressure

When is blood pressure too high? Usually, the following values are used:

Level of blood pressure     | Systolic (upper pressure)    | Diastolic (lower pressure)

Normal                                       120 - 129 mmHg                         80 - 84 mmHg

High-normal                              130 - 139 mmHg                          85 - 89 mmHg

Slightly elevated                        140 - 159 mmHg                          90 - 99 mmHg

Moderately elevated                160 - 179 mmHg                      100 - 109 mmHg

Severely elevated                            > 180 mmHg                             > 110 mmHg

"Normal blood pressure" is not a uniform concept. For example, a child's blood pressure at values of 100 upper pressure versus 60 lower pressure is quite normal, while for a 70-year-old, an upper pressure of 150 versus 90 lower pressure is normal. 


In secondary hypertension, a cause of high blood pressure is detectable. In fact, this type of high blood pressure is caused by an underlying condition.It usually appears suddenly and causes higher blood pressure than primary hypertension.

Conditions and medications that can lead to secondary hypertension include:

  1. Obstructive sleep apnoea: in which the walls of the throat relax and constrict during sleep, interrupting normal breathing.
  2. Diabetes.
  3. Blood vessel problems present at birth, also called congenital heart defects.
  4. Cough and cold medicines, some painkillers, contraceptive pill and other prescription drugs.
  5. Kidney diseases and long-term kidney infections.
  6. Lupus: a condition in which the immune system attacks parts of the body, such as the skin, joints and organs.
  7. Recreational drugs, such as cocaine and amphetamines.
  8. Some herbal remedies, especially with liquorice.
  9. Hormone problems: such as a too slow or overactive thyroid, Cushing's syndrome, acromegaly, elevated levels of the hormone aldosterone (hyperaldosteronism) and pheochromocytoma.
  10. Scleroderma: a condition that causes thickened skin, and sometimes causes problems with organs and blood vessels.
  11. Often, blood pressure rises even when one has their blood pressure measured by a healthcare provider.This is called 'white coat hypertension'. This may stem from fear of the white-coat doctors.

What are the symptoms of hypertension?

Usually, high blood pressure does not cause any symptoms and you do not notice it, However, if the blood pressure is extremely high, then headache, dizziness and blurred vision may occur.

What to do about high blood pressure?

Changing eating, drinking and living habits are important steps to lower blood pressure. Even if you have been prescribed medication by your doctor.

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  1. Stress is one of the main causes of high blood pressure, so try to avoid it as much as possible.
  2. Are you someone who drinks very little? If you have high blood pressure, you may not be drinking enough fluids. When there is too little fluid in the blood vessels, they constrict, forcing the heart to work harder. Blood pressure then rises. Drinking more water lowers blood pressure.
  3. Scientific research has shown that  regular exercise and  physical activity, can significantly lower high blood pressure, similar to the effects of medication. Try to get at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise a day. This could be brisk walking, cycling or gardening.
  4. Are you overweight? If so, your heart and blood vessels work harder. Losing weight will help lower your blood pressure.In both men and women, the risk of high blood pressure 
  5. In both men and women, the risk of high blood pressure increases with excessive alcohol consumption. For women this starts at 2.5 units of alcohol a day, and for men at 1 unit a day.
  6. Stop smoking . Nicotine temporarily constricts blood vessels and increases heart rate. Other substances in tobacco also cause longer-lasting constriction of blood vessels.
  7. Eat a healthy diet, plenty of fruit and vegetables, wholemeal products, extra virgin olive oil for frying and oily fish.
  8. More Nitric Oxide in your veins. Nitric oxide (NO) relaxes the vein wall, allowing blood to flow more easily and reducing pressure on the vein wall. Up to the age of 23, we make a lot of it in our veins. As we get older, production decreases and our veins can gradually lose their suppleness. The amino acid arginine plays a crucial role in this. But the older we get, the harder it is for us to absorb arginine. A supplement that is perfectly formulated to maximise absorption is Recover-Me.
  9. As NO is a signalling molecule, it relaxes the veins to the desired blood pressure level. So there is no chance of having too low a blood pressure. Conversely, if your blood pressure is too low, NO signals the same and increases the tension on the vein wall to the correct level. Recover-Me therefore works perfectly for both high and low blood pressure.

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