1. Appropriate consumption of salt can increase blood pressure and improve symptoms such as dizziness, drowsiness and weakness. But the salt intake should not be too high; at the same time, drink more water, more water can increase blood volume after entering the blood, which can increase blood pressure.
2. Increase dietary nutrition, eat more foods that warm the spleen and kidney; eat more easily digestible protein foods, such as chicken, eggs, fish, cheese, milk, etc., eat less and more meals. Eat lotus seeds, longan, jujube, mulberry and other fruits. These foods have the power of nourishing the heart and blood, strengthening the spleen and brain.
3. Eating ginger often can promote digestion, invigorate the stomach, and raise blood pressure. You can sprinkle ginger in vegetable soup or use ginger to soak in water instead of tea. Eat less winter melon, watermelon, celery, hawthorn, bitter gourd, mung bean, garlic, kelp, onion, sunflower seeds and other foods that have a blood pressure effect.
4. Choose an appropriate high-sodium, high-cholesterol diet. Daily intake of table salt is 12-15 grams. Foods such as brain, liver, eggs, butter, fish eggs, pork bones, etc. that contain more cholesterol can increase blood pressure if eaten in moderation.
Pregnant women need to measure their blood pressure during each pregnancy check. When the blood pressure readings show abnormalities, and they are abnormal several times in a row, it is a cause for concern. If the blood pressure is higher than 140/90 mmHg twice in a week, and the blood pressure is normal, the doctor will judge whether preeclampsia occurs based on the blood pressure measurement results.