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What is considered high blood pressure
11/14/2012 8:59:00 AM
What is considered high blood pressureByThread Owner
What is considered high blood pressure, a doctor has advised me that my systolic pressure is 145 and he said my blood pressure is rather high? I am 32 years old and I think my blood pressure goes up when I visit the doctor anyway. How do I lower my blood pressure safely?
11/20/2012 6:11:00 PM
What is considered high blood pressureByCarrie
It depends on age and it differs from young to old. My normal correct bp differs from my moms because of age. My mother has had bp problems since she was in her early 20s. She is on medication, but one natural way of getting your bp down is parsley tea. Get a bunch of parsley, boil the kettle. Put the parsely into a coffee or tea pot and add about 2 cups of water and let it steep for about 15 mins. Drink hot or cold. It makes you run to the loo but it definitely gets your bp down.
11/23/2012 8:14:00 PM
What is considered high blood pressureByLyn
Do you know what your diastolic pressure was? Your systolic pressure is concerning because it puts you at a higher risk for developing heart disease. Speak with your Doctor about lowering your blood pressure in case it is caused, or exacerbated by an underlying disorder. Here are a few things you can do that should help: Give up table salt and canned foods or prepared foods, as these are super high in sodium (no salt substitutes, either; try experimenting with herbs, fruits and veggies for flavor). Make sure youre drinking enough water and try to get in at least a little exercise each day... and definitely speak to your Doctor. Best wishes. :-)
12/9/2012 11:04:00 PM
What is considered high blood pressureByGayle
A blood pressure over 130/60 is usually considered high. But like most everything else to do with the body, it is an individual thing. It isnt unusual for your blood pressure to increase when you are under stress. The easiest way to reduce your b/p without medications is to use relaxation techniques: yoga, controlled breathing.
4/28/2013 4:33:00 PM
What is considered high blood pressureByMichael
I have dealt with it for some years also and I have talked to my doctor they all put me on medications. after gettign check ups and my levels have varied including my blood pressure being normal, but not all the time. I have found for a for sure cure to it is your diet. I know - I though I was eating right also all these years, being in the GYMS/martial arts most of my life. putting a lot of emphasis on this trying to find out why this being so active all my life By loosing 40 pounds last year and and looking to loose 20 more this year I have cured my high blood pressure, removed the high risk (boarder line numbers) of diabetes. Well this is what worked for me for a for sure method, hope it helps.
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