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My father is suffering high BP and cough problem

hai, my father is 47 yrs old, and he is suffer high blood pressure ,and cough problem sir, my father is suffer high blood pressure and cold ,cough that is common problem. He is businessmen man so doing high work lode .he is 47 yrs old. due to cold they cause the headache problem only in onside and difficulty to breath it, pain in mouth, jaws. he will doing x-ray report and this report is indicates that due to cough, these all pats produce pain. so pls tell me the best possible solution to reducedor minimise the effect of this problem
Asked On : Thu, 17 Feb 2011
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thanks for choosing health care majic.there is no need for worry,in this kind season routine cough and cold are common.make him take medicines as advised and complete the full course.Ask him to take more hot liquids like soup,juice etc.He can also take steam inhalation that will make him feel better.
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