Salt And Hypertension

 Hypertension is a complaint in which arterial BP is chronically raised up. This is a trait that is opposed to a specific disease. It also represents the quantitative rather than a qualitative deviation from the normal. Hypertension is often associated with the additional risk of cardiovascular disease. The large segments of the hypertensive population are either untreated or inadequately treated. Salt is a compound produced when hydrogen ion from acid is replaced by metal ion or ammonium ion. In simple terms it is also defined as the ability of the compound to dissolve in water. These are of two types such as soluble salt and insoluble salt. Eating excess salt increases the quantity of sodium in the bloodstream and wrecks the gentle balance, plummeting the capability of the kidneys to eliminate the water which further results in higher blood pressure.   

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