A statement of fact: 115 mm Hg Diastolic Pressure means Hypertension
is not controlled. Other point where I beg to differ is allowed maximum Whisky intake ought not to exceed 60 ml that is 2 oz.
As your primary physician is prescribing you B Blockers so that means contraction power of your heart is yet preserved. Therefore, coming to your question about exercise. Aerobic exercise
(like brisk walking, mild jogging) not weight lifting is what you need. I would recommend brisk walking, increase your speed and duration to the level you are not distressed. Meaning thereby you can begin by 2 miles per hour for 20 minutes to ultimately reach 3.5 miles for 40 minutes (or to a level which you can tolerate without distress) in few weeks. Please do it at least six times a week. Good Luck.
Dr Anil Grover