To decrese hyper tension

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My age is 50, My bloos group is O+ve.  My hypertension level is 170/100.  Pl. give me the advise.  Matter most urgent.

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    Hello Sail:  I have reduced blood pressure by taking regular exercise ie. walking about 3 times a week (20 minutes),  plus attending an exercise class twice a week. I am 68.  Also, I changed my diet significantly.  Out went the carbs,. like bread and flour food.  I take lots of juices and seperate carbs. from protein when eating. This seems to work well.  I am on no medication for anything, as a result. 
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    Also try eating/drinking beetroot which is supposed to be good at reducing blood pressure. biggrin

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    Have you tried juicing?  Beetroot juice is really good; many athletes take it.  If you don't like the taste you can add it to fruit juices.  Not only should it help with blood pressure, you might notice other niggly aches and pains disappear. 

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    If u believe in Bach flower remedies then u can take RESCUE REMEDY . it will help in reducing stress level thereby reducing BP. Of course this is not a substitute for regular medicines.
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    If you are under a lot of stress you may be able to reduce your blood pressure by introducing some calming influences into your life.

    Listening to hypnotherapy or meditation tracks or relaxing music can help.  If you have a busy lifestyle then try and take some time out to relax and get out into nature.

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    Go out and exercise.  Don't push yourself too hard at first but start small and work your way up.  It helps a ton.  

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