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Bp is 150/120
I got hyperthyroidism last year so taking medication regularly. It is normal now but my BP is 150/120 recently checked. I check twice a week for BP My doctor has prescribed medicine for it but it's not working properly. Also mainly because lack of sleep from last week. How much risk i am right now and how can i correct it ? Thanks
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If your BP is as high as 150/ 120, its better to get evaluated. Rule out hyperlipidemia. Start on antihypertensive.
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Kindly keep doing bp charting and maintain a low salt healthy diet with regular exercise. Follow up after 1 week of this. And try to have regular sleep For more guidance take a personal instant consultation. Hope that helps. You can even consult directly via what sapp on 9999x104x408
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