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High BP, serum cholesterol within limits, angiography report clear. Taking Remisave, Revelol. Suggestion?

I am a 48 year male in sales job. Since last year my BP in winter was high. I took medicine from 15th Dec 2011 to 15th Feb. 2012 Took Remisave 5 every morning. This time also BP is high upto 144/95. I am taking Revelol 12.5 mg every morning after breakfast. Serum Cholestrol is within limits. Angiography report is clear. Pls advice
Asked On : Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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Your blood pressure is still high in spite of taking medicine.
It is very necessary to keep your blood pressure in normal limits to avoid future complications.
Ideally your BP should be around 120/80 mm of hg.
Make life style changes in form of reduction of weight,regular exercises and taking proper nutrition.
Consult a physician and take proper treatment from him to reduce your BP.
Be in regular touch with your doctor.
Answered: Tue, 25 Dec 2012
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