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How can you lower your blood pressure without taking medication ?

How can you lower your blood pressure without taking medication ?
Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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  Anonymous's Response
be happy go lucky type charector all High Bp will come done eat healty go veg,excercise regularly.
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There are a number of things you can do to reduce your blood pressure either instead of medication or along with medication. Of course you should follow your doctor's instructions with regard to any medical treatment. There are some things that do help lower blood pressure: 1. Lose weight--get down to your appropriate body mass index (see 2. Exercise. Moderate exercise--such as brisk walking--can help manage weight and blood pressure. 3. Eat the DASH diet. This is a diet that has been shown to reduce blood pressure. See (For more information on exercise and diet see 4. Relaxation exercises: Some people can lower blood pressure through relaxation (see Ten Ways to Reduce Stress and Relax: Hope this is helpful to you!
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