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Have had average BP readings. Been smoking and drinking and having sex. How can I regulate my BP?

ive had average bp readings of 90/160 thru 105/170 for about 2 months now. im 46 hispanic male ,5ft 8in tall at 180 lbs, smoke 1cigarette pack a month, drink drink a beer or two not more a day, eat somewhat healthy, ride a bike 30 miles a week, and have always had a bp of 120/70 until recently. recent changes in the last 3 monthshave been ive added a girlfriend with ptsd , i take libido-max pills as recommended on a daily basis we have sex all night and i go work construction all day with 2-3hrs sleep then do it all over again.should i see a doctor or will getting rid of the girl bring bp back to normal?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query
To get back your BP to normal range you have to follow certain lifestyle changes:
1. Remove stress as much as you can.
2. Take a sleep of 6-8 hours daily.
3. Reduce your weight and maintain it according to your height.
4. Stop smoking and alcohol.
5. Avoid fatty and oily food.
6. Restrict salty diet. and do exercise on daily basis.

Now presently you have to go to your doctor for proper medication to get control over your BP. Once it is under control than by following life style changes you can reduce or stop your medication by consulting your doctor.
Best Wishes
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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