towels. Friday , May 19th , 2017 - 16:11:16 PM
Research shows that when hand gripping restricts blood flow in the forearms, a powerful natural dilator, nitric oxide, is released by the arteries, which helps lower the blood pressure. You typically need about a month of doing this hand grip exercise before you'll see significant reduction in your blood pressure.
For best results, the thickness of the towel should be enough so your thumb won't be touching the rest of your fingers while squeezing the towel tight.
One of the researchers, Dr. Ronald Wiley, a cardiopulmonary physiologist at Miami University (Oxford, OH), made a very unexpected observation when looking over the data after the study: While blood pressure spiked during the isometric exercises themselves overall resting blood pressure went down.
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