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High blood pressure. What can be done?

I was about to donate blood in a blood camp, but they didnt took the blood telling my blood pressure is high. I am 41 years 97 KG and the BP is 150-100/110. what precautions I should take now, I am a nonsmoker and non-alcoholic. But daily has Fish(fried-small piece) in my Menu. Stopped going to Jim for last 5 months and hence increase in my weight from 93 to 97 now
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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As your Blood pressure is above normal limit you can start on with mild anti hypertensive drugs as preventive measures and can check again for Blood pressure after a week .

If Blood pressure is high even after a week I advice you to be on standard antihypertensive drug for a month as prescribed by your family physician .

Avoid oily and Unhealthy diet (Fish is good to health)
Decrease intake of salt in food.

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Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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