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High blood pressure, stress. Taking medications, doing regular exercise. How to lower levels?

I have just recently gotten bp readings of 162/82 in the past few months. I am 66 years old, 5 feet 4 inches in height and weigh 122 lbs. I have always had normal bp readings till this year, which has been very stressful. I do not take any medications regularly, do not smoke tobacco, get regular exercise and rarely drink alcohol. What can I do to lower these numbers other than medication?
Asked On : Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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Dear Patient,
Magnetotherapy Treatment;--
1. Drink water charged with south pole of med. power magnet twice a day
2. Drink water charged with both pole of med. power magnet twice a day.
Note; use these waters alternately regularly atleast for one month,after getting
normal B.P,use water charged with both poles.

3.Place the south pole of med. power magnet in left palm for half an hour twice a day
for one month,

you can also check B.P before and after placing magnet and see the difference.
report after one month.
Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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