Does red wine really lower blood pressure

(ORDO NEWS) — The influence of red wine on human health, especially on the state of blood vessels, blood circulation and the work of the heart, is greatly exaggerated.

In most cases, this occurs when people try to justify their behavior and the fact that they enjoy drinking a drink.

The evidence that red wine is actually good for health is not clear enough. The drink contains the antioxidant resveratrol, which can also be found in many other products.

It is found in large quantities in apples, berries, tea. The substance can indeed have a positive effect on the arteries. At the same time, red wine contains alcohol, which has an extremely negative effect on the work of the heart.

A potentially positive effect of drinking red wine, which can affect blood pressure, is considered to be a reduction in stress levels.

With the help of alcohol, you can really improve your mood, relax, which many consider a very tempting moment. At the same time, experts continue to argue about how red wine can affect heart health.

Much of the research that has been done on the effects of red wine on the body has found a link between moderate wine drinking and a lower risk of death from heart disease.

At the same time, other studies have shown that spirits and beer that do not contain resveratrol have a similar effect.

Red wine is not a healthy food. In order to feel the effects of resveratrol, you need to drink a lot. Red wine should be perceived as a tool that allows you to improve your mood and relax, but no more.

Drinking in moderation helps create a cozy environment and encourages people to socialize. You can drink 1-2 glasses of good red wine, because a larger amount can already harm the heart.

In order to tidy up blood circulation, reduce the risk of developing heart problems, it is best to lead a healthy lifestyle. For example, you can follow a Mediterranean diet and exercise daily.


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