Blood pressure support medicine and vitamins from Japan.
Why did Japanese started mass production of high blood pressure medicines?
In Japan, the problem with high blood pressure is not as acute as in many other countries. Two reasons may be stated for this. The first is, of course, the daily diet of Japanese people. Let's be honest, the situation has become worse lately. Burgers with bacon are mercilessly squeezing out rice and fish in cities like Tokyo and even in fishing villages on the remote islands of Japan. But the elements of a healthy diet, which in itself at the expense of plant enzymes and polyunsaturated fatty acids protects the body and acts as a medicine against pressure, still remain, at least, to some extent. The second reason is the low level of mental fatigue (do not mass with stress level). Life in Japan is mostly predictable, simple and straightforward. Everything is painted and prescribed. If you ordered something on the Internet, you will always receive exactly what you ordered and on time. If you went to work in a good company, you will work there until retirement, and your salary will increase every year. Japanese society is safe and comfortable, at least for the Japanese themselves.
It is true that in recent times much has changed here. There are changes in the style of nutrition, but also social changes making there influence on health. Stress is growing steadily, and along with it, grows the number of strokes caused by pressure surges and unfortified, weakened vessels. It all started back in the nineties after the Asian economic crisis. Now, the dynamics of strokes and hypertension acquire a frightening vector - see the causes of death in Japan. That is why a large number of specialized drugs to decrease blood pressure appeared in Japan recently.
We have compiled a small selection of one of the most interesting and at the same time effective medications for blood pressure. Of course, there are specific tablets in Japan that reduce pressure dramatically and instantly. Doctors are categorically against the use of such drugs in most of cases due to high risks and adverse effects (that always comes along with high effect in medicine). A friend of mine who had the constant stress of operating large amounts of money at work drank it. Two weeks later he was taken to the ambulance. The kidneys did not like it, but, thank God, everything turned out to be okay. Any medicine is an intervention. Remember this. And the stronger the effect is, the more serious the potential of side effects is as well.
Magnetic Necklace. Normalization of blood flow
This is perhaps the most interesting in our review. A thing that at first glance does not do anything, but in fact it helps very well. I have many relatives and acquaintances to whom I sent these things, conducting so to say, personal clinical trials. It helped absolutely everyone or at least improved clinical state. Not 100% effect was observed in all cases, of course. In case of sudden changes in the weather, it did not always show sufficient effect, but out of 20 people to whom I sent it, 17 still wear it every day. In the rubber ring there are 20 magnets with extremely strong magnetic field. Magnetic necklace can not be placed near to the electronics or memory cards due to high risk. They induce a field that activates the blood flow, heats up the blood vessels and capillaries. The pressure is normalized, and the headaches either noticeably subside or go away in principle.
Squalene. Strengthening the walls of blood vessels
Squalene is an interesting medicine from Japan. It is banned for sale in most European countries, because it threatens the population of deep sea sharks. But the Japanese have their own approach to this issue. And shark meat is a traditional component of food, and there are so many sharks in the marine waters of Japan that ecological disaster does not threaten them. But regardless of the ethical aspect of squalene extraction, squalene is a good prophylactic agent for the treatment and support of blood vessels. It contains peculiar set of amino acids, which makes it one of the most effective medicines against blood pressure in Japan. Amino acids contained in squalene are ideal building blocks for strengthening and restoring the elasticity of blood vessels and soft tissues. For the same reason, squalene from Japan is used as a means of treatment of the joints - it restores soft cartilage tissue well. Unfortunately, only natural squalene is capable of this, synthetics from China do not work this way.
Nattokinase. Vascular erosion blocking
The plant proteins enzymes contained in the nattokinase for blood pressure therapy from Japan block fats and carbohydrates, preventing their absorption into the blood and, indirectly, preventing damages to blood vessels. Nattokinase is contained in Touti extract, and it helps to control blood sugar levels. But nattokinase has a longer and more complex effect. Decrease in pressure due to effective recovery and complex cleaning of the vascular system of the body. In most of cases, of course. These are just beans, fermented and prepared in special way. But the beans, or rather, their extract, has proved to be effective for decades. And it's not about the beans themselves, but about the yeast culture that processes them. Without special yeasts, endemic for Japan, such a medicinal effect of pressure reduction would simply be unattainable.
Anti-Stress tea. Traditional longevity tea
To be honest, this is not very tasty, but very useful traditional Japanese tea. It is drunk by older people precisely because Anti-Stress tea not only warms up, but also helps to cope with age-related vascular diseases. Plant extracts also work here, and more time is needed for the effects to manifest. But the effects of pressure reduction are fixed much more efficiently, and the therapeutic effect can be observed for quite a long time. This tea is a real favorite tea of the Japanese in old age. It can be bought not only in the form of tea bags and in large packages, it is sold everywhere in shops in bottles, and in winter small heated plastic bottles with this tea are put up in all vending machines and round-the-clock combination stores.
Melsmon. Pressure medicine for women
The effects of melsmon are a separate topic for many articles. Placental drug with presumably unproven effect, which all clinics of Japan use every day. In Japan, it is patented and certified medicine, with conducted clinical trials and written hundreds of works, mostly by experts in field of women health. Melsmon helps women (and men as well) to overcome the symptoms of menopause. Among other things, the mechanism of cell regeneration, recovery and rejuvenation, which Melsmon triggers, effectively reduces blood pressure, helps to fight menopause symptoms, and increases stress resistance. This medicine is very effective and it has been used in almost all Japanese beauty clinics for many years. All passageways and waiting rooms literally hung with advertising for this drug for many years. It is truly popular and effective. Moreover, in recent years, it has gone beyond the borders of Japan and is actively sold in a number of other countries of the world.
How to choose Japanese blood pressure medicines?
Blood pressure medicine from Japan have a complex effect. They work not only with pressure, but act on much more fundamental processes of recovery and the formation of cellular tissues and structures. It is rather simple to choose this or that drug, focusing on your symptoms and primary problems. Pay attention and follow basic recommendations:
- If at the same time there are difficulties not only with blood pressure but with sugar, I advise nattokinase.
- If with joints - your optimal choice is a natural squalene.
- For women who are experiencing menopause symptoms, the best solution is melsmon.
- And if you suffer from headaches - I advise you to look at the magnetic necklace.
- It is also possible to combine these mediciines, they show a complex effect and do not interfere with each other.
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Anna Shibata MD, Saiseikai clinic branch, Niigata pref.