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Have hypertension, taken Losar, feeling lazy, weight increase

Hi doctor i am kunal. I am having a condition of hypertension and my usual count of BP used to be 145-95 when I was not taking medicine. I am 31 years old. when i saw a doctor he prescribed me losar 25. Now my usual count of BP is 125-92. I feel lazy these days and not able to wake up early in the morning. I was not having any issues before staring medicine. My daily work is also reduced due to this laziness. I am not doing enough exercise these days and my weight have also increased. Please advise me how I can be agile.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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hi kunal.. ur BP goal is SBP
drowsiness, laziness may be a side effect of losar ..but it will subside within 15 to 20 days
weight gain is not due to tablet ...
you should go for 30 minutes brisk walk or aerobic exercise for atleast 5 days a week
control ur diet, reduce fat intake , increase fruits and vegetable intake. this will decreae ur weight as well as reduce your blood pressure
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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