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I have bp 150/100
Always i have bp 150/100 or 140/90 like that Pls suggest, my bp went to 180/120 i feel dizziness when i am walking not bp140/90 or 150/100 no dizziness
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Hello there. I can understand your concern. 180 systolic and 120 diastolic pressure is too much and you need to be on antihypertensives as soon as possible. Restrict your salt intake. Do pranayama and meditation daily. Kindly consult a M.D consultant physician in person for further evaluation and prescription of antihypertensives. Best regards, Dr. Anil kumar jain.
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Hello. You take rawolfia Q and crategus Q - 5-5 drops both in half cup of tea twice daily and glonine 30 - 3times daily. Avoid excess salt and sugar in food. Keep a check on your Bp always. Do pranayam regularly and drink plenty of water also.
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Hello. You need to maintain a good daily routine. Do Yoga and Pranayama and or walking for atleast 30 mins a day. Do take regular oil bath one or two times in a week followed by warm shower, avoid too much hot water. Drink warm water along with food. These keep your body fit.
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