If you do not have high blood pressure, do not eat salt
Some people who don’t have high blood pressure eat salt and believe that they don’t have high blood pressure, so they can eat as much salt as they want. The latest research has confirmed that excess salt intake can be done even if you don’t have high blood pressure. Harmful effects on have blood vessels, heart, kidney and brain. More precisely, in this review study, it was shown that excess dietary sodium can have harmful effects on target organs including vessels, heart, and other organs. According to the responsible author of this article, Dr. William Farquhar; “The range of blood pressure responses to changes in dietary sodium is wide-ranging. This is the basis of the concept of blood pressure sensitivity to sodium. He further added: “There is no standard strategy for classifying people with sodium-sensitive blood pressure, but if a person’s blood pressure increases while following a diet with high sodium content and as a result of following a diet with sodium content Low, decreased, this person can be considered sodium sensitive. “However, if the individual does not respond to fluctuations in dietary sodium, they are considered salt intolerant.” Salt has a great potential to affect blood vessels, including reducing the function of the endothelium (the inner layer of blood vessels). An increase in sodium in the diet causes stiffness of the arteries. In addition, receiving excess salt causes the ventricles to become bulky or the blood pump chamber to enlarge. In general, the researchers in this study emphasized the effect of excess salt intake on the health of people with high blood pressure as well as people who do not have high blood pressure. The article related to this study was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
August 2, 1394 00:05
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