Mayo Clinic indicates two or more blood pressure medications may be needed to reduce very high blood pressure quickly before kidney, artery and heart damage occurs. Healthline explains medications, losing 10 pounds, walk... More »

In order to reduce high blood pressure, it is important to drastically reduce sodium intake and increase nutrients from natural foods. WebMD states that such foods include fruits and vegetables that have high amounts of ... More »

Foods that are low in sodium and high in magnesium, calcium or potassium such as white beans, plain fat-free yogurt, sweet potatoes, bananas, and broccoli are best for reducing and managing blood pressure levels, accordi... More »

High systolic blood pressure accompanied by normal diastolic pressure is called isolated systolic hypertension, which is possibly caused by artery stiffness, heart valve problems or hyperthyroidism, according to Mayo Cli... More »

The American Heart Association explains several doctor-prescribed classes of medications can lower blood pressure fast, including combination alpha and beta-blockers, vasodilators, central agonists and ACE inhibitors. Co... More »

To raise your blood pressure, consume more salt and water, take low blood pressure medications and eat a proper diet, according to Mayo Clinic. Your health condition, age and type of low blood pressure determine the suit... More »

People can lower their blood pressure by making healthy lifestyle changes to improve their diets, exercise more frequently, avoid excess sodium and alcohol, minimize stress levels and take medications prescribed by their... More »