The Blood Pressure Solution
- Jul 16, 2014
- Dr. Asa Andrew
Did you know that there are certain exercises that actually can help support your blood pressure levels? It’s true. We have long know the extensive benefits of exercise and strengthening our cardiovascular health, but new research suggests that a new form of exercise may help lower blood pressure considerably. It’s called rebounding. Harvard has done studies on the various benefits of how jumping on a mini-trampoline just 5 minutes a day can help lower blood pressure. It results from the pumping mechanism of going up and down. The great news about rebounding is that you can do it in the comfort of your own home! Just set the rebounder in front of your favorite sporting event or reality show and start jumping. It will increase your energy levels, help you break a sweat, and may just be the undiscovered key to supporting that blood pressure issue that you have been dealing with.
*Exercise is Medicine is a campaign of the American College of Sports Medicine for health care professionals to encourage exercise for improving overall health.