Heart disease and hight blood pressure, East Europe and Middle Asia

Giper Forte (UZ) – Is your blood pressure rising?


Giper Forte keeps your heart healthy.

  • An absolutely safe bioactive supplement.
  • Has a strong therapeutic effect. Blood pressure recovery.
  • An effective tool for arrhythmias and hypertension.
  • Helps cure heart failure. Improve blood circulation.
  • Reduced tachycardia. Protect against heart attack.
  • Hyper Forte brings you to life! This is a unique product made from 100% natural ingredients that contains all the beneficial trace elements and vitamins necessary for the normal functioning of the cardiovascular system.

Price: 99000 SOM

1. Components of Giper Forte

  • Dulana Extract – Rich in Vitamin C, micro and macro elements. Strengthens blood vessels, improves blood circulation, lowers cholesterol.
  • Contains licorice root extract – a unique essential oil. Prevents spasms in smooth muscles.
  • Lemongrass extract contains vitamins B1, B6, iron, manganese, selenium, silicon and other minerals. It is effective for arrhythmia and coronary heart disease.
  • Garlic powder contains vitamins A, B4, B6, B3, minerals and ascorbic acid. Reduce cancer risk. It is an effective tool against atherosclerosis.

2. Comment:

  • Akmal 36 years old
    In my thirties, I started having high blood pressure and severe headaches. Doctors diagnosed him with high blood pressure due to a severe tachycardia. I took many different medicines but none of them helped. On the advice of friends, I took Hyper Forte capsules. A month later, my blood pressure was back to normal. Now that the headache has stopped bothering me, I have begun to feel lighter and more confident.
  • Abraham 67 years old
    After I retired, my blood pressure started bothering me. If I’m a little nervous or excited, I immediately start having excruciating pain in my stomach. My children were worried. They gave me all kinds of medicines but they didn’t help. A few months ago, I started taking Hyper Forte capsules. The results make me satisfied. Now I can look after my grandchildren and even watch football without getting bored.
  • Nazira, 43 years old.
    I started to notice my heart pounding, especially when I was sitting or walking up the stairs. When measured my blood pressure is around 180-190. I got scared and started taking different blood pressure medicines from the pharmacy. But they only helped for a while. I came across Hyper Forte capsules and once I took them all my heart problems went away.

3. Learn more about hypertension

  • High blood pressure has common causes:
    + Primary (idiopathic) hypertension: The disease has no specific cause, accounting for up to 90% of cases. This is the underlying cause, which tends to develop over time in older adults. For most older adults, there is no identifiable cause of high blood pressure.
    + Secondary hipertension: High bloodpressure due to pre-existing conditions such as kidney disease (glomerulonephritis, nephrotic syndrome, chronic renal failure, renal artery stenosis…); Adrenal gland tumor (tumor of this gland that produces abnormal hormones), heart valve disease; Having endocrine diseases such as hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, Cushing’s disease; Due to the side effects of some treatment drugs such as (for arthritis, Lupus, asthma, allergies, ..), anti-inflammatory drugs, pain relievers, hormone replacement or birth control pills…
    + Gestational hypertension: Includes gestational hypertension and preeclampsia. This warns of some cardiovascular risk during pregnancy.
  • Subjects at risk of hipertension
    High bloodpressure can affect people of all ages, genders, and ages. However, the disease is concentrated in the following subjects:
    + Unbalanced diet, eating a lot of salt: A diet with too much fat, starch, sugar, especially salt will easily lead to high bloodpressure, weight gain and many other diseases. It is recommended to develop a diet full of 4 groups of nutrients: starch, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals and should only use 5g / day per day for adults.
    + Frequent alcohol excess: People who regularly drink more than 2 alcohol units per day. Equivalent to a 30ml cup of spirits, or 350ml of beer/day.
    + Obese people: Obese people have high cholesterol, so they are prone to high bloodpressure as well as complications related to blood vessels. The assessment of obesity is based on body mass index (BMI). Maintaining an average body mass index is an effective way to prevent and improve high bloodpressure.
    + Older people: Over time, the blood vessel system often becomes atherosclerotic, no longer as elastic as before, leading to increased bloodpressure.
    + People with a family history of high blood pressure: Many studies show that high bloodpressure has a genetic ability. If you are born into a family with a close relative with high blood pressure, the chances are that the family members are also at risk of high bloodpressure.
    Race: Non-Hispanic blacks have a higher incidence of high bloodpressure.
    + Sedentary subjects: A sedentary lifestyle will put these people in the high-risk group for high blood pressure. Because physical inactivity will cause you to have a higher heart rate, more pressure on the artery walls and a significant risk of obesity.
  • Complications of high blood pressure
    As pressure builds up on the artery walls due to high bloodpressure can damage your blood vessels as well as your organs. The longer your blood pressure stays high and uncontrolled, the greater the damage. High blood pressure if left unchecked can lead to the following complications:
    + Heart attack: High bloodpressure can cause hardening and thickening of the artery walls (atherosclerosis), which can lead to a heart attack.
    + Aneurysm: High bloodpressure can cause blood vessels to weaken and bulge, forming an aneurysm. If the aneurysm ruptures, it can be life-threatening.
    + Heart failure: When bloodpressure is high, the heart has to work harder to pump blood through the arteries. This causes the wall of the heart to thicken (left ventricular hypertrophy). Thickened heart muscle can make it difficult to pump enough blood to meet the body’s needs leading to heart failure.
    + Kidney damage: Blood vessels in the kidneys become weakened and narrowed, which can prevent these organs from working properly.
    + Vision loss: When the blood vessels in the eye thicken, narrowing, or bursting, the blood vessels in the eye can cause vision loss.
    + Metabolic syndrome. This syndrome is a group of disorders of the body’s metabolism, including low high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) (“good” cholesterol), high bloodpressure, and high insulin levels. These things make you more likely to develop diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
    + Memory disorders and dementia: Uncontrolled high bloodpressure can also affect the patient’s ability to think and remember. Narrowed or blocked arteries can restrict blood flow to the brain, leading to dementia.
  • Prevention of high bloodpressure
    + Build a healthy lifestyle: For mild cases of high bloodpressure, it is only necessary to change a healthy and scientific lifestyle to help control bloodpressure better. Patients need to have a balanced, scientific diet, work and rest. Avoid overwork, control stress. In particular, it is necessary to maintain a regular and moderate exercise mode (about 30 minutes/day), keep the spirit relaxed and comfortable.
    + Maintain a reasonable weight: Try to keep body mass index (BMI) at an average of 18.9-22.9, waist circumference no more than 90cm in men and 75cm in women. If you exceed this index, you should have a weight loss plan. This has to do with nutrition and exercise.
    + Balanced nutrition: In addition to a balanced diet, full of 4 groups of essential nutrients for the body: starch, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals, people with high bloodpressure should pay attention to the following food groups. High-fiber foods such as: brown rice, green vegetables, ripe fruits, foods rich in Omega-3 fatty acids found in nuts, avocados, salmon, mackerel, sardines… In particular, people with high bloodpressure should not eat fatty meat, animal organs, processed foods, fried foods, sugar, salt, soft drinks, alcoholic drinks… Should drink skim milk, should eat fish at least 2 times a week.

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