There’s a risk of getting high blood pressure when we age, but getting involved with physical activity makes a big difference. Now, if your blood pressure is already high, exercise can help you control it. You don’t have to run a marathon or join a gym. All you have to start slow and make physical activity into your daily routine.
Regular physical activity makes your heart stronger. A stronger heart can pump more blood with less effort. If your heart can work less to pump, the force on your arteries decreases, lowering your blood pressure.
For some people, getting some exercise is enough to reduce the need for blood pressure medication. But to keep your blood pressure low, you need to keep exercising on a regular basis. It takes about one to three months for regular exercise to have an impact on your blood pressure. The benefits last only as long as you continue to exercise.
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