May 10, 2023

How Important is Drinking Water for Your Blood Pressure?

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How Important is Drinking Water for Your Blood Pressure?

We Are 60% Water

Many people forget to drink adequate amounts of water, especially during cold winter months. But it is very important that we keep well hydrated all year round. Not with sodas, or caffeinated beverages, but good old plain water.

When it comes to keeping our blood pressure low we hardly think of how important drinking water is. Is the rule of 8-8 ounce glasses a water a day sufficient? Watch this weeks video to learn more.

How Water Helps You

Drinking fresh water keeps you hydrated and full, helping with weight loss. When you substitute water for sugary drinks or those that contain sodium, you lower your calorie intake and your daily salt intake. Cutting excess calories leads to weight loss and even a modest 10 lbs. weight loss can lower your blood pressure, according to PubMed Health. Choosing water instead of tea or coffee eliminates the pounding heartbeat you can get after ingesting caffeine. A vasoconstrictor, caffeine results in narrowed blood vessels and can thus increase your blood pressure temporarily.

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Water Blood Pressure

How does drinking water lower blood pressure? Normal blood pressure is the main benefit of drinking water. Although drinking water lowers blood pressure, it can also increase blood pressure to help maintain proper levels.

In a study published in the in “Scientific Journal” 2014, researchers Nursing Department of Health Polytechnic Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia. Showed that staying hydrated helped to manage your blood pressure.

Keep in mind that low blood pressure is among the symptoms associated with autonomic dysfunction.

On average, 16 ounces of tap water had increased blood pressure by 40 mmHg (millimeters of mercury) in autonomic failure patients. Blood pressure had started to increase within two to three minutes of water consumption.

There would then be a rapid increase over the next 15 minutes, before a blood pressure reduction after about an hour. Drinking water at the 60-minute mark led to blood pressure being sustained for another hour.

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5 Replies to “How Important is Drinking Water for Your Blood Pressure?”

  1. iam 29 years ,i dont want to use medication ,i wanna lower my bp ,i was so worried after my BP increased from 140-160 in just 12 ays while doing exercises 6 times a week more than 1 and half an hour ,what can i do to make it normal

    1. Dear Lawrence, First are you checking your blood pressure right after you exercise? With the amount you are doing
      I would expect it to be raised. What is it like after waiting an hour and then checking it?

  2. Hi
    I am 35 and from last week i am feeling high BP 90/140 some time high then this.
    Plz guide how can i reduce it.
    I checked it different times in a day.

    1. Dear Tehseen, One of the things my doctor was big on was losing weight, quite smoking and reduce salt intake. There are
      many articles in the blog section of our website that could be very helpful.

  3. I really love how everyone is keeping track of your blood pressure. I hade to do a science fair project and it was to drink 90 ounces for two days and one day with dehydration. For men they should drink 125 ounces every day, for girls they should drink 91 ounces a day. REMEMBER: don’t drink more or way less than that.

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