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High blood pressure foods to avoid

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NORMAL FOOD. WOULD PREFER TO AVOID ANTIBIOTICS AS IT WEAKENS HER CONSIDERABLY AND SHE HAS FURTHER ... View answer

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Dr.   Bonnie Berger-Durnbaugh MD

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Kathy Shattler MD

was diagnosed I was also found to have high blood pressure at times which I was told made it more difficult to treat I know my blood pressure can suddenly go up at times, but I have... View answer

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Dr.   Riyanka Chail MD

Hi, Thanks for writing in. Please avoid extra salt in foods.

Dr. Jignesh Gorasia MD

Do meditation, regular walking, avoid extra salt in your diet, avoid oily and junk food, have a sound sleep of at least 6 to 8 hours.. If the BP still remains high after doing all these, then you...

Dr.    Prof. Kunal Saha MD

Exercise 30-60 minutes a day,few deep breaths, meditate, or practice yoga.. Slow down salt. Keep away from stress. The DASH diet consists of fruits, vegetables,whole grains, nuts, low-fat dairy, lean meats, and fish....