The pre-workout high blood pressure is a common side effect of the popular pre-workout supplement known as Yohimbe. People who take the supplement will get flushed when they exercise and their blood pressure will rise.
Yohimbe is a supplement that is supposed to help increase your body’s production of a substance called nitric oxide. People with pre-workout blood pressure problems are told to take this supplement. A group of researchers believe that what they’re doing by telling people to take this supplement might have a negative effect on their blood pressure.
One of the group members who took Yohimbe found that his pre-workout blood pressure improved after taking the supplement, but the group members who didn’t take the supplement found their blood pressure to get worse. In the end, the group found that the people who took Yohimbe suffered from even more elevated blood pressure than the people who didn’t take the product.
Maybe the group members who took Yohimbe should have followed the advice of the other supplement users. Perhaps if they followed the advice of the people who didnt take the supplement they might have gotten a better result.
The supplement that the group members who took the supplement were taking was called Yohimbe. But, in the end, the people who took the supplement developed even more elevated blood pressure than the people who didnt take the supplement. Maybe if they followed the advice of the people who didnt take the supplement they might have gotten a better result.
In the end, it’s hard to know if it was the supplement or the exercise that killed them. In this case, the group members who took the supplement developed even more elevated blood pressure than the people who didnt take the supplement.
I’m not sure what the reason is, but I’ll take my guess and say the supplement.
In the case of the supplement, the advice was to consume 5 grams of L-Arginine two times per day and 30 minutes before exercise, which is a very simple way to get your body and blood pressure to burn fat. The problem here is that all the L-Arginine is doing is giving the blood a chance to dilute and fill with oxygen. If your blood isn’t already filled with oxygen then it will cause an increase in blood pressure.
I’m not a doctor, but I’m pretty sure you can get high blood pressure with no side effects by eating a big pot of green tea (I’m not kidding). But if you’re reading this, that’s a good way to avoid the effects of the supplement.