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Stressed, high blood pressure, dizziness, taking xanax. Any natural remedy?

Yes please !! Have a lot of stress in my life now i.e. work, unemployment (spouse) and he has just had surgery for prostate cancer , but is okay now. I am dizzy all day and it gets worse when I am in work ( I work in a creche). I am also on blood pressure tabs to lower it and was fine until I started taking them. The only way my dizziness eases is if I take a xanax tablet but do not want that to become part of my daily routine. Thanks.Liz.
Asked On : Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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Geriatrics Specialist 's  Response
hi liz,
the problem is simple you mentioned you are taking anti hypertensive tablets, you have to moniter your blood pressure and reduce the dose of drug you are using. if the dose gets heavier,it reflects as the symptoms of dizziness ,nausea, vomiting
so check your blood pressure and reduce the dosage,
dont use anxiolytics like alprazolam too often,treat the cause,
i wonder, you are such an braveheart women /lifting your family by yourself. hats off for that.
do not worry you will be alright
Answered: Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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