Restricting consumption of alcohol and sodium, choosing healthy foods, exercising regularly and managing weight are all ways to lower blood pressure. Making these lifestyle changes can help people reduce blood pressure w... More »

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It is possible to lower blood pressure by exercising regularly, making dietary changes, reducing stress, losing excess weight, avoiding tobacco products and drinking alcohol in moderation, according to the American Heart... More »

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High blood pressure can sometimes be lowered using lifestyle and diet modifications alone, according to Mayo Clinic. When lifestyle and dietary changes alone is not enough, medications to lower blood pressure may be requ... More »

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To lower blood pressure without medication, a person should lose weight by exercising often and eating a healthy diet, avoid sodium and alcohol, quit smoking and minimize caffeine intake, notes Mayo Clinic. It is also im... More »

Prevent high blood pressure, also called hypertension, by eating healthy foods, exercising regularly, maintaining an appropriate weight, and avoiding cigarettes and alcohol, explains the Centers for Disease Control and P... More »

Smoking, obesity, lack of physical activity, excess sodium in the diet and excessive alcohol consumption all cause high blood pressure, notes WebMD. Aging, genetics, stress, thyroid and adrenal disorders, sleep apnea and... More »

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It is possible to lower blood pressure by exercising regularly, making dietary changes, reducing stress, losing excess weight, avoiding tobacco products and drinking alcohol in moderation, according to the American Heart... More »

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