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Taking coversyl for high blood pressure. Have alcohol addiction and sleep disorder. Need help

I was taking strong beer for my sleep disorder .. Due to pain from Chronic servical herniation and lumbar problems. I randomly checked my blood pressure and it was 165s and 110 Dia... I was not sure so I went to the clinic and my family doctor confirmed it that it was indeed high as indicated. He has now put me on coversyl 8 mg. I stopped my strong beer and now I am awake all night and I have few hours of very distrubed sleep. I had a fixed consumption of 1.18 ltr of beer strength 10.8 percent or whatever the strngth is calculated Normally beer are just 5 percent. I have never exceed more than this qty.
Asked On : Sat, 1 Dec 2012
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Welcome to HCM
Aftergoing through your history your problems are 1) High blood pressure 2) Pain because of spine disc 3) Alcohol related.
You have high BP which requires and already started medicine for it also take care of diet to keep salt
Because you have suddenly stopped taking alcohol you have withdrawal symptoms and insomnia , you should discuss this problem to treating Physician and get prescription to help withdrawal symptoms.
If you have pain suitaible analgesic and physiotherapy will help to pain and if it is causing any neurological deficit then neurosurgery may help.
It is good that you want to quit alcohol becuase that is not treatment of sleep disorder.
Take care
Good Luck
Answered: Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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