Get your health question answered instantly from our pool of 18000+ doctors from over 80 specialties

185 Doctors Online
Doctor Image
MD
Dr. Andrew Rynne

Family Physician

Exp 50 years

I will be looking into your question and guiding you through the process. Please write your question below.

What is the best way to lower ones BP without taking maintenance ?

What's the best way to lower one's blood pressure without taking any maintenance?
What's the best way to lower one's blood pressure without taking any maintenance?
Sun, 18 Jul 2010
Report Abuse
Question is related to
Diseases and Conditions ,  
  User's Response
's  Response
Do the yogic exercise given below and get rid of your high or low blood pressure within minutes: Sit crossed legged and close your mouth and take a quick inhaling and exhaling 20 times and then the 21st time take a deep breath and hold it as long as possible and then release it slowly through the nose. Take a few minutes rest breathing normally and start the exercise once again . Do this three or for times in one sitting. You can have any number of sittings a day as time permits you and this .is known as bhastrika pranayanam ( breathing exercise, very best and must as this controls BP, improves circulation of blood whole through the body, prevent lung diseases, increases the brain power, will never get cough or cold and controls your anger and other violent emotions, brings in crimson complextion to the face etc,etc)
Disclaimer: These answers are for your information only and not intended to replace your relationship with your treating physician.
This is a short, free answer. For a more detailed, immediate answer, try our premium service [Sample answer]
Share on
 

Related questions you may be interested in

doctor1 MD

hi the thing is that both me and my mother share the same thing Very low blood pressure it happenes that my normal blood pressure is 100/65 some times i walk in my job with really lower than that so they call me Zombie here they once checked it out and it was 75/55 and i didn t feel anything bad is it really normal to have such a thing???? I work at school and and the achool doctor is the one who called me Zombie, i run through my classes and what else!!!!! I eat lots of salt and chocolate!! is it enought enfo oh and i tried it with more than once and in defrence tool i forget what we should call it, i even tried the elctronical one and it gave me almost the same results, that is way i am asking. I work at school and and the school doctor is the one who called me Zombie, i run through my classes and what else!!!!! I eat lots of salt and chocolate!! is it enough enfo oh and i tried it with more than once and in many tools,, i forget what we should call it, i even tried the elctronical one and it gave me almost the same results, that is way i am asking.

doctor1 MD

I recently experienced an elevated blood pressure of 198/103 while in the dentist s chair awaiting two surgical extractions. The dentist would not start , understandably so. Thereafter I went to see my primary care doctor, whose nurse practitioner gave me a Clonidine pill and a prescription for it. I was previously taking 100mg of Losartan. once a day without side effects. She has me taking Clonidine twice a day. W hile my blood pressure has significantly lowered, I do not like the effect of this medication, especially taking it twice a day. I feel the Circumstances elevated my pressure. This all occurred on Wednesday. I am going back yo see her today at 2pm. I also take a natural supplement called Michael s Blood Pressure factors, which contains Calcium, Magnesium and Hawthorn Berry. I have also looked into a high blood pressure diet, since I believe nutrition plays a huge part in our well-being. I also regularly walk twice a day. What are your thoughts? Damaris Thomas

doctor1 MD

does anybody know of ways to lower blood pressure without medication? i know several answers, but i thought this may be a resource hypertensive people can use. My input: Research the DASH diet Increase physical activity during the day Take some time to relax Get at least 7 hours of sleep I am interested to see what other people have to offer as far as advice and knowledge.

Recent questions on  Prehypertension

doctor1 MD

136//79 good blood pressure

doctor1 MD

my wife has times during the day when her heart will suddenly speed up and she feels faint. her doctor told her she has low blood pressure, but when she has one glass of wine she gets a headache like she has hypertension. what do you think is wrong?

doctor1 MD

I am a 72 year old woman in good health with elevated BP in morning. Started Bystolic ( less than 2 mg at night) My BP was 113/68 with pulse of 62. Am I getting too low? My family doc says too low is a risk factor for stroke in older women. What say?

doctor1 MD

Hi, I am 46 y/o female (just turned 46), still active. My height is only 4'9" and weight 122 lb. But my BP and my pulse is high. Usually I don't go to see a doctor, only for my papsmear/mamo. This week I've had a cold and couldn't come to work. I went to see my doctor (after 2 years) and my BP was 150 (didn't tell me how much diastolic was). She just told me to come for another check up in 4 months. I called her next day and asked for some lab tests (cholesterol, creatinine, which I've had done 6 years ago). Why she didn't offer this to me during my visit? Anything else should I check? I decided to change my diet and checking my bp regularly at home. Interesting, that sistolic went down. The highest I've had 123 and lowest 103, but diasolic still high - 79-90. My pulse is 82-96. I think this numbers are telling that I have prehypertension. I work as a sonographer in a busy hospital. My work is also very stressfull. My father died suddenly from the heart attack at 67. My mother has HBP and taking meds. So, I am in high risk. What else can I check (tests) to examine my heart (coronary arteries)? I don't want to start meds.

doctor1 MD

have had neck pain for over a month - was bad at first like pulled muscle. Has gotten better, but hurts worse when I turn my head far left or right. Have Dr apt Wednesday, but just wondering

doctor1 MD

Hello...my husband is 38 and takes medicine for high blood pressure. His mother gives him a diuretic to take and, if he runs out of his own medicine, will give him some of her blood pressure medicine. Right now he is in the hospital for kidney stones...can any of this cause that?

doctor1 MD

Dear Doctor, I'm a 36 year old mail, 5'11", 242 lbs. (down from 250 lbs.) with prehypertension . My blood pressure is variable but the vast majority of the time is in the prehypertensive range. Sometimes, in the mornings, it is at or below 120/80,...