Michael's Naturopathic Programs Blood Pressure Factors™
Blood Pressure is regulated by a negative feedback system. The system senses changes through pressure-sensitive nerve cells in the arterial lining. Any change is responded to by the brain. The responsive interaction is between the brain, the muscles and the heart. As the muscles relax, and the heart decreases its beats per minutes, blood pressure returns to normal.
The monitoring of blood pressure by the pressure-sensitive nerve cells is continual, occurring even after the return to homeostasis begins and blood pressure normalizes. The cells continue to send the monitoring impulses to the brain.
For this feedback system to function properly and maintain the honeostasis of the body, the different elements of the systems involved must be in proper working order. The feedback system requires calcium and magnesium. Potassium and complimentary herbs are also included.
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