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It’s #BloodPressureAwarenessWeek..You might wanna #CheckItOut mate!

What is #BloodPressure? 
Well when your #Heart #Beats, it pumps blood round your #Body to give it the #Energy & #Oxygen it needs. #Pressure is needed to make the blood #Circulate & the pressure pushes against the walls of your #Arteries (blood vessels) & your blood pressure is a measure of the strength of this pushing combined with the #Resistance from the artery walls. High blood pressure means that your heart must pump harder & the arteries have to carry blood that’s flowing under greater pressure. This puts a strain on your arteries & your heart, which in turn increases your #Risk of a heart attack, stroke or suffering from kidney disease. Causes are - Regularly drinking too much #Alcohol, not doing enough #Exercise, being overweight, not eating a #Healthy diet that includes enough #Fruit or #Vegetables & consuming too much #Salt (a #PersonalFavourite top hate - I never #Cook with salt). #Stress raises your heart rate & therefore your blood pressure, in the short term. But it’s not been proven that stress alone has a long-lasting effect on your blood pressure. However, the things people tend to do to #Combat stress, such as eating junk food, smoking (Ahem) & drinking to excess, can cause long-term blood pressure problems. If you #Experience stress, try #Alternative ways of coping with it such as exercise or talking to a #Friend and get some #SupportNetwork on what’s worrying you
#PeaceOfMindToAllMankind easier said than done #Eye know but #DontSweatTheSmallStuff

It’s #BloodPressureAwarenessWeek..You might wanna #CheckItOut mate!

What is #BloodPressure?
Well when your #Heart #Beats, it pumps blood round your #Body to give it the #Energy & #Oxygen it needs. #Pressure is needed to make the blood #Circulate & the pressure pushes against the walls of your #Arteries (blood vessels) & your blood pressure is a measure of the strength of this pushing combined with the #Resistance from the artery walls. High blood pressure means that your heart must pump harder & the arteries have to carry blood that’s flowing under greater pressure. This puts a strain on your arteries & your heart, which in turn increases your #Risk of a heart attack, stroke or suffering from kidney disease. Causes are - Regularly drinking too much #Alcohol, not doing enough #Exercise, being overweight, not eating a #Healthy diet that includes enough #Fruit or #Vegetables & consuming too much #Salt (a #PersonalFavourite top hate - I never #Cook with salt). #Stress raises your heart rate & therefore your blood pressure, in the short term. But it’s not been proven that stress alone has a long-lasting effect on your blood pressure. However, the things people tend to do to #Combat stress, such as eating junk food, smoking (Ahem) & drinking to excess, can cause long-term blood pressure problems. If you #Experience stress, try #Alternative ways of coping with it such as exercise or talking to a #Friend and get some #SupportNetwork on what’s worrying you
#PeaceOfMindToAllMankind easier said than done #Eye know but #DontSweatTheSmallStuff


1 Tasty Fungus. 2 Morchelle. 3 Yellow Cockscomb, 4Early Toadstool. 5 Chantarelle, 6 Truffles,  7 Stubble Fungus. 8 Butterfly Fungus. 9 Stone-Mushroom. 10 Masseron. 11 Parasol Mushroom. 12 Champignon or Cultivated Mushroom. 13 Hooded Toadstool.  
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ”Nature alone is antique and the oldest art a mushroom.”
 Thomas Carlyle


1 Tasty Fungus. 2 Morchelle. 3 Yellow Cockscomb, 4Early Toadstool. Chantarelle, Truffles,  7 Stubble Fungus. Butterfly Fungus. Stone-Mushroom. 10 Masseron. 11 Parasol Mushroom. 12 Champignon or Cultivated Mushroom. 13 Hooded Toadstool.  

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ”Nature alone is antique and the oldest art a mushroom.”

 Thomas Carlyle