High blood pressure is no longer just an affliction of the elderly, as more than one-third of young people between the ages of 16 and 34 are now said to suffer from some form of hypertension.
And a recent study out of California revealed that, if left unchecked, this cardiovascular malady, even in its mild form, can lead to premature ageing and brain damage.
The conventional solution to this growing health epidemic is to simply take more blood pressure medications like angiotensin-receptor […]
An expert in aerobic fitness in Osun, Mr Olatunbosun Abolade, said water aerobics has higher potency to reduce blood pressure and boost immune system.
Abolade told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Osogbo on Sunday that the buoyancy and calmness of water rehabilitate the system and regulate blood pressure.
He said that water aerobics, which involved staying in water for between 90 and 120 minutes, and occasionally swaps the hands from the left to the right, could reduce high blood pressure.