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Taking Olvance, Aten. Have high BP in the evening. Normal ECG and Echo. How to control BP?

i am taking olvance h 40 & aten50 daily once. my BP in the evening comes to 145/85 but in the morning before taking the med. it is always 170/100. in addition to this i also take amaryl 2g in morning & gluconorm 1g inthe evening. please advice how to contrl my BP. my age is 69 yrs. igot my ECG & Eco done , both were normal.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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bp goal of diabetes patients is less then 130/80 mmhg
natural ways of controlling BP- decrease weight ( keep BMI- 22.5) , decrease obesity , less salt intake , brisk walking or exercise 30 min atleast 5 days in a week , stop smoking/ alcohol intake, take more veg diet , avoid non- veg diet( DASH diet)
u should stop aten( non cardiosleective , it increase glucose level)
you start metoprolol 50 mg, and amlodipine 10 mg in night
and olvance h in morning
after taking medicine , measure bp after 7 days , may need increase medicine for controlling bp
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