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#1 Cause of Hypertension is…

#1 Cause of Hypertension is…

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DATA:
https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/01.HYP.0000155464.44905.6c
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7898093/
https://jasn.asnjournals.org/content/15/11/2816
https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/01.CIR.101.3.329

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Find out the #1 cause of hypertension, as well as a few other interesting causes you may not know about.

Timestamps
0:00 Hypertension
0:35 Hyperinsulinemia
1:10 How high insulin could cause hypertension
2:00 Other hypertension causes
Healthy keto and intermittent fasting

Today I want to share with you the number one cause for hypertension. Hypertension is classified into two different categories.

1. Primary or essential hypertension:
About 95% of hypertension cases have an unknown cause. It could be related to a person’s lifestyle, but there is also data that points to having too much insulin (hyperinsulinemia) as being behind this issue. With too much insulin, a person will also have insulin resistance.

2. Secondary hypertension:
Typically comes from kidney disease, a tumor, etc.

High insulin could potentially cause hypertension because high insulin stimulates the autonomic nervous system (primarily the sympathetic nervous system). This situation could raise a person’s blood pressure and also cause the arteries to become very stiff. This could lead to hypertension.

A few causes of hypertension
*1. Hyperinsulinemia
2. Low potassium
3. Low vitamin D
4. Low magnesium
5. Low vitamin K2

Healthy keto and intermittent fasting could potentially help a person with hyperinsulinemia and also help support a healthy lifestyle. Intermittent fasting may have a greater impact on lowering insulin, but the combination of healthy keto and intermittent fasting seems to work best.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this video helps you better understand hyperinsulinemia and how it could be behind hypertension.

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