It is important to monitor our blood pressure frequently

If you know someone with diabetes or you are the person with this condition, you should keep track not only of your blood sugar, but also of your blood pressure levels.


Blood pressure is the pressure exerted by blood on the walls of the arteries. In the case of people with diabetes, the pressure that occurs is high. If you don’t have symptoms of high blood pressure, don’t wait until you feel bad to take action, but follow these tips below.


1.-Healthy diet. Try to eat a balanced diet low in fat. If you are going to eat fats make sure they are healthy, such as fish or avocado. Don’t forget to include your daily serving of fruits and vegetables and also include legumes, whole grains and low-fat dairy products.


2.-Reduce alcohol consumption. Drinking alcohol in excess is not at all beneficial for your body. For people with diabetes, minimal or no alcohol intake is recommended. Not having alcohol in your system allows your body to function more optimally, as it will be free of outside substances.


3.-Physical activity. Your high blood pressure may be reduced if you do some physical activity every day. You don’t need to spend hours and hours running or in a gym. You just need to be in constant movement for a period of 30 minutes a day. The key is to find an activity that you enjoy and that gets your heart rate up a little faster than normal.