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High blood pressure

Male, 35
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doctor profileDr. Amit Gupta
General Physician | 8 months | South Delhi
Keep a chart of your BP readings (Morning and Evening) for aprox 7days. And make an appointment with the doctor to discuss it. General Things you can do: 1. Decrease salt intake, stop putting salt on fruits, salad 2. Decrease Oily/greasy/junk food 3. Increase intake of fresh fruit and vegetables in your diet 4. If your BMI is more than 23, start to loose some weight. 5. Do atleast of 30min of jogging/skipping or any other aerobic exercises. 6. Do morning yoga/meditation to decrease your stress level .
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Alivelamma Physician
General Physician | 52 years | Bengaluru
High blood pressure is not good for heart and brain and other end organs of the body and at the same time you cannot neglect this and apart from teaching medicines you have to follow food restriction and relaxation of your mind and for the details including medications please try to contact me and I will explain you in detail
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Chander Prakash Sahu
General Physician | 52 years | Jhalawar
Bp according treatment given mild BP - Life style modify 1. Like activity is 1/2 hour daily 2. Salt restrictions 3. Excersize start No requirement medicine BP high like >150/100 mmHg Start tab DOC tab amlodipine 5mg OD daily And walking v Salt restrictions Excersize with continue
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Mushtaq Ahmad Hajam
General Physician | 52 years | Anantnag
For management of Hypertension, first line treatment is always non pharmacological viz regular exercise, low salt/low fat diet, high potassium diet. If not controlled need evaluation and pharmacological plus continuation of non pharmacological treatment
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Binay Sinha
General Physician | 43 years | Muzaffarpur
Your age& wt is required.Ideally if it is detected first time.there should be life style reducing wt if it is more&physical exercise.Best is 45 minutes brisk walk and preferably vegetarian diet. Further face to face consultation required
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Rashmi Ruparel
General Physician | 3 months | Mumbai
If newly diagnosed bp monitoring of bp for 4-5 days regularly meanwhile salt restriction with good sleep pattern and stress reduction recommend. Further if still high start with antihypertensive with further evaluation needed
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Amjad Khan
General Physician | 3 years | Lucknow
Decrease Salt Intake to minimum.add more fibre n green vegetables .. Exercise like jogging etc for atleast half an hour daily .Be active n take good sleep .Control your Sugar if diabetic.
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Pawankumar Patre
General Physician | 8 years | Gariaband
Check for lipid profile,associated other comorbidity,rule out any cardiac cause or type A personality,anxiety level,dietary supplements.after this consult online for further assistance.
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Sachin Rathod
General Physician | 1 months | Jaipur
Restrict salt in deit. Low fat low sugar high protein deit. Regular morning walk atleast for 45 minutes. Meditation for 10-20 minutes. Please visit physician for proper evaluation.
Answered 3 months ago
doctor profileDr. Hemant Chhabra
General Physician | 4 years | Kurukshetra
Salt restricted diet , oil free diet , exercise for half an hour daily , nd regular BP monitoring nd consult nearby doctor if there is chest discomfort or dizziness , headache .
Answered 3 months ago
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