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My BP keep changing, Why ?

I am 478 fit , but I have HBP. I take 2 medications . My blood pressure is high in the morning between 145/90 to 153/100 but then around 2 PM after lunch my readings start to drop between 130/80 to 142/85. But around Midnight they go back up a little bit. My BP is genetic and I am very emotional and anxious. I don t feel taking a third medication or increasing my dosages as I feel it is not the way to go. What can I do?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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well after lunch, your parasympathetic system (relaxation) kicks in as your digestion is going on. vessels dilate, pressure generally decrease. this is why people feel sleepy after lunch :D fluctuation isn't that big of deal unless doctors say it is simply because changes are normal in daily activities. as for your emotional and anxiety problems, either talk to a psychologist or just develop a more positive outlook on life.
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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