Is mild hypertension curable?
- 1 month ago
eat fresh garlic, chew one clove with your back teeth enough to be swallowed with water. Do 5 cloves before sleep every night. Change diet. Try exercising, light exercises at first then more intense with time as you get used to it. Meds have side effects, they are not worth it. Use fresh garlic as your medicine.
- PatriciaLv 71 month ago
Yes with a change of diet. And staying hydrated. No smoking, no alcohol
- Anonymous1 month ago
You need to begin with a basic understanding of the condition what many of the causes are and then look at yourself in the mirror and consider which ones DO and which others Fit potentially your life 10 years ago MY BP was typically 140/90 I was told Numerous times This was a little high I must have "white coat " (anxiety around doctors) Since Having Open heart surgery for MY Aortic Rupture It came to light that your Blood pressure Doesnt need to be 300/200 that 140/90 is enough over a long term, Today MY blood pressure is controlled partly with Medication and partly BY My choices I say this because I have tested it 117/70 for someone who is 6'8" and 340 lbs is Pretty good I would say.... I've Gone nearly 24 hours without the medication and It was 132/77 which is still Quite good I am 61 years of age,,, the younger you are the more chance of retaining the elasticity of your Arteries That get gooped up and harden ( Bad Cholesterol & Sodium) Lifestyle changes limit the sugars and salts limit the Caffeine and Alcohol.... go to www.heart.org search box look for Hypertension then Salt then Cholesterol and so on read each of them a few times and begin to understand add Nutricion good foods and Bad foods for your BP and so on Research what the DASH diet Entails drink 8 or 10 8 ounce Glasses of clear water a day.... I've lowered Mine 23/20 mmgs remember Activity will make your pressure rise 140/90 + 20 = 160/110 thats very not good... put your mind into fixing it or risk health maybe life
- 1 month ago
Yes. Changing your diet and exercising can help lower it. Cut out the salt, drink more water, and eat more fruits and vegetables. In cooking, use lemon juice.
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- CaoedhenLv 71 month ago
Depends on the cause... but in most cases yes. Just reducing salt intake can make a huge difference for most people. You should consult a doctor to determine the root cause to be sure, but as already posted, high blood pressure is usually treatable with lifestyle/diet changes and possibly medication.
- MetalplanttagLv 71 month ago
For most people - yes. Life style changes are effective for most and so are drugs- all drugs have side effects so it is "better" to make life style changes which also have side effects but which are mostly positive.