There is no way to lower blood pressure instantly. However, by reducing stress, eating a healthy diet and getting regular exercise, it is possible to achieve and maintain lower blood pressure, says Healthline.
Losing weight and reducing waistline measurements to fewer than 40 inches for men or 35 inches for women may help reduce blood pressure, explains Healthline. Daily stress reduction techniques and regular exercise such as walking for 30 minutes five days per week, coupled with a diet low in cholesterol, saturated fat and sodium, are essential to maintaining healthy blood pressure levels.
People with high blood pressure should take prescribed blood pressure medication as instructed by a physician, and seek medical help immediately if blood pressure levels rise to 180/110 or higher, advises WebMD.