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I get breathless very easily because of respritory problems.

Blood pressure readings which is the most important and why after taking medication to? control it my readings are still high. And is exercise the best way to control hypertension very healthy diet but overweight and need to upi the anit where exercise is concerned but I find it difficult because I get breathless very easily because of respritory problems. However, I do not dwell on these and intend to up my daily regime of walking 170/80 is the average reading
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Hello, number 1 advice is to reduce the intake of salt in the foods that you are taking, because salt increases the retention of Sodium and water in the body causing increase of the blood pressure, your systolic blood pressure is high and by incrementing exercises and eating more green salads, green vegetables and fish it will help to solve this problem at certain degree. If you haven't seen a Doctor, I think that it is a good time for it, he/she may prescribes you some medications if you can't control your high blood pressure on your own. The Doctor can also send you for a 24 hrs Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring so the Cardiologist can determinate according to the results or he could indicate another test for finding the answer to your high blood pressure disorder. Hopefully this information has been helpful to your questions and inquires. Good Luck
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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