Blood pressure is the pressure of blood in a blood vessel. It is directly dependent on cardiac output and vascular resistance. It is greatest in the aorta and continues to decrease as the blood travels through the circulatory system via arteries, capillaries and veins until it reaches the heart again.
However, blood pressure becomes problematic when it is permanently too high. As a rule, this is the case from a value of 140/90 mmHg. However, our body only sends acute warning signals such as dizziness or headaches when blood pressure is massively too high.
The causes of high blood pressure can be:
The narrower the arteries are, the faster they calcify due to deposits from the inside. Organs are thus less well supplied with blood. Together with diabetes, poor diet and smoking, high blood pressure is one of the main reasons for such deposits. In the long run, they can lead to heart attacks, strokes and various organ damage.
The chip contains frequencies and information which, individually related to the person, should have a supporting effect on the optimal blood pressure.