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BP problems, BP:210, increased heart rate, no sweating, intravenous inj, passed a lot of urine, diet ?

sir, my husband is staying abroad from last 1yr, he was fine but from last 1mth high BP problem has come up. Yesterday his BP was 210 and heart beat was high too but no sweating. Doc gave hin intravenous inj . After that he passed on a lotof urine . I just wanna know about the diet he should follow. Presently he is 38yrs old. Should he take the medicine for this problem regularly?? Thanx Mrs. Narinder
Asked On : Fri, 25 May 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

His BP has to be examined on three different occasions when is in complete rest then if the readings appear more then he may have to be put on medication regular basis.

As far diet is concerned a salt less diet helps to control the BP.Also a protein rich diet is essential.

Wish you good health.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Naresh Kumar Reddy Gudla's  Response
Hypertension can be managed by life style modification and medication.
Life style modification includes....
-Weight reduction to attain and maintain BMI less than 25kg/sq.m
-Dietary salt reduction
-Diet rich in fruits,vegetables,low fat diary products with reduced content of saturated and total fat
-Moderation of alcohol consumption
-Regular physical activity.(brisk walk for 30 min)
Medication is required as per the blood pressure levels and other associated illnesses like diabetes Regarding medication and further management consult your physician.
Take care
Wish u good health.

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