When we are under too much stress and physically loaded, muscles are tensed, blood vessels are tightening and the blood pressure rises.
In a situation like this, we must relax our muscles so the blood can normalize. But the only question is how to achieve that.
Your blood pressure rises with every heartbeat and falls when your heart relaxes between the beats. While blood pressure can change from minute to minute with the exercise, changes in posture, stress or sleep.
Normally, the blood pressure should be less than 120/80 mm Hg (less than 120 systolic and less than 80 diastolic) for adults over 20. About 1 in 3 adults in the United States has high blood pressure.
Here is one exercise that will help you to normalize the blood pressure:
Look at the photograph here, the line extended from point 1 to point 2 should be pressed firmly, nor massaged.
Stroke it gently from the top to bottom using only the tips of your fingers. Repeat this 20 times. 10 times on one side and 10 times on the other side.
Point 2 is located near the collarbone, and you have to massage it with your fingertips 1 minute on each, and contrary.
Press strong, but be careful not to feel pain.