10:40 AM | 16-11-2020

I am aged 39 years. A hypertension patient from last one year. I am on medication. Now my BP is under control, 80/120. But there is 24/7 continuous sensation in hands and shivering of hands from last two to three months. What kind of symptoms are these. How can I overcome this problem?

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11:24 AM | 18-11-2020

Hello Piyush,

Hypertension is the result of accumulated toxins inside the body. Due to the accumulation of excessive toxins in the body, blood vessels get constricted and the pressure gets increased in the vessels in order to maintain the blood supply in our body. But it can be managed by following a correct lifestyle and diet. Shivering that you are experiencing is due to the weakness in your body. Having a correct diet is important but at the same time, it is also important that the food gets absorbed appropriately. Here are some tips to follow to achieve good health.


  • Start your day with 3 to 4 glasses of warm water. This will help to flush out the toxins out of the body.
  • Include Vitamin C rich foods in your diet like lemon juice, orange juice, amla juice.
  • Eat fresh, seasonal and locally available fruits and green leafy vegetables. 
  • Eat nuts, sprouts, salads and dry fruits.
  • Cook oil-free.
  • Have whole grains like barley, millets, oats, etc.
  • Avoid dairy products and animal products. 
  • Say no to tea and coffee. 
  • Avoid alcohol and tobacco. 
  • Avoid carbonated drinks, tea and coffee. 


Exercising is essential to remove the toxins out of the body and also to improve the digestive functions, so that the food gets absorbed appropriately in the intestine. 

  • Do jogging or walking in the morning. 
  • Do 12 sets of suryanamaskar daily. 
  • Perform pranayam regularly specially anulom-vilom, kapalbhati and bhastrika pranayam. 
  • Take sunrays daily early in the morning.


Sleeping is important to get relief from the stress. So, take proper sleep of at least 7-8 hours daily. Sleep early at night at around 10 pm and also wake up early in the morning at around 6 am. 

Thank you 

02:23 PM | 18-11-2020

Thanks for ur concern ....Very useful


11:23 AM | 18-11-2020

Check your vitamin b12 levels

02:24 PM | 18-11-2020

I hve checked d same ..It is normal


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