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Does a BP 137/88 cause dizziness and how to avoid it ?

I am 28 years old two days ago I feel rounded Head after that I checked my BP and that find my BP 88 137 please tell me any suggestion for down it and prevention I am 28 years old man two days ago I feel rounded Head after that I checked my BP and that find my BP 88-137 it is first time. please tell me any suggestion for down it and prevention
Asked On : Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi welcome to HealthcareMagic

Your BP is within the normal range, the normal range of systolic BP is between 100-140 and diastolic BP is between 60-90mmHg..... Both the upper and lower limit are under control.. salt restricted diet, exercise, reduction in weight (if obese) , maintaining blood lipid level control will help you to lead a Normal life....
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Psychiatrist Dr. Keerthish Shetty's  Response
I suppose by "rounded head", you mean dizziness. As your BP is normal (remember that mild variations in BP are also considered normal), at your age, you need not worry if it occured only once. Just drink plenty of fluids and opt for a healthy lifestyle with adeqaute relaxation and physical exercise. If it repeats frequently, then consult your family doctor, who after initial assessment can refer you to appropriate specialist.
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