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What is some of the ways to lower your blood pressure without medicine?

What is some of the ways to lower your blood pressure with out med? I have high blood pressure and I am out of meds til tomorrow.How can I get it to come down? Its not up to bad 142/96
Asked On : Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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Hi well come to HCM.
Your BP is not very high, and BP can not be reduced without medicine in a day. Change
in life style, salt restriction, regular exercise,avoiding vices like smoking,avoiding food
with excess carbohydrate and fatty food. All this will have positive impact on your BP
but it is time taking. Take care and Thanks
Answered: Thu, 15 Sep 2011
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The top isnt really too bad-it's the lower that concerns me. You probably have a little residual from the meds. Try to find a quiet place in the house and keep the lights low. Sit in a comfortable chair-or rest on the bed. Close your eyes and concentrate on clearing your mind of the days activities. Picture a place that gives you peace and joy. Can be the ocean, the mountains of whatever works for you. Breathe deeply and exhale fully. Do this for five or ten minutes. If you can do this every day, I think youu'll find it easier to regulate your blood pressure. Good luck and make sure you always keep your meds up to date. Good luck.
Answered: Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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