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High blood pressure
For the last two months Ive been tracking my bp and it's been high. Around 135 90. It keeps going up too. Diastolic blood pressure has been constantly high.
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Hello dear keep charting bp for 1 weak ( in morning and night then seek for professional help if above 140/90
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If your BP rises above 140/90 you will have to start medication after consulting a physician. Till then dietary management, DASH diet, will suffice.
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More than 140/90 need treatment. Use DASH Diet.
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If you have recorded the bp reading atleast for  a week and persistent above 140/90 it's better to start with medications
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Restricted salt in diet
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lots of oral fluids
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Consult a doctor for treatment and detailed history
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