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Never rinse with mouthwash after exercise
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Hypotension is low blood pressure, which means low blood pressure. Low blood pressure (hypotension) is good in most cases. But sometimes you may feel tired or dizzy. Blood pressure is measured in two parts. Systolic blood pressure means high blood pressure and diastolic means low blood pressure.

 

 

Systolic blood pressure remains in the range of 100–120 mm hg and diastolic pressure is in the range of 60–80 mm Hg. When the blood pressure of any human goes below this range, then this stage is called low blood pressure or hypotension.

 
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Systolic supplies blood to your body and diastole supplies blood to your heart by filling the coronary arteries. Hypotension in adults is defined as 90/60 or low blood pressure.

 

 

According to studies
 

 

According to a new study published in the journal Free Radical Biology and Medicine, nitrate synthesis by oral bacteria is therefore important for how our body reacts to exercise. Researchers have found that people who rinse with antibacterial mouthwash instead of water have lower blood pressure lowering exercise, indicating the importance of oral bacteria for heart health.

 
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Pousmouth University professor and lead author of the study, Rous Bescos, said, "Scientists already know that blood vessels open during exercise because the production of nitric oxide increases the diameter of blood vessels and in the active muscles. Increases blood flow.

 

 

For the study published in the journal Free Radical Biology and Medicine, researchers asked 23 healthy adults to run on a treadmill for a total of 30 minutes on two occasions. Two hours later, the effect on his body was investigated.

 

 

On one occasion, after 30, 60 and 90 minutes of exercise, they were asked to rinse them with fluids and anti-bacterial, placebo and peppermint-flavored water. After doing this, his blood pressure was measured and then his blood sample was taken before and after 120 minutes of exercise.

 

 

The study found that participants who rinse with plasibo showed a 5.2 mmHg decrease in systolic blood pressure one hour after their exercise. However, those rinsing with antibacterial mouthwash recorded an average systolic blood pressure (blood pressure) minus 2 mmgh one hour after exercise.

 
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Systolic blood pressure is defined as high blood pressure and this condition occurs when our heart shrinks and pushes blood into the body.

 

 

Results showed that the blood pressure reduction effect was reduced by more than 60 percent in the first hour of recovery, and participants using antibacterial mouthwash completely abolished the effect two hours after exercise.

 

 

Plymouth University professor and study co-author Craig Cutler said, "These findings suggest that nitrite synthesis by oral bacteria is therefore important in how our body reacts to exercise in the first period of recovery, less blood. . Promotes pressure and increases oxygen in excess.

 
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Cutler stated, "In fact, these oral bacteria are extremely important for opening blood vessels. If they are removed, nitrite will not be produced and the vessels will remain in their current state.
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