High blood pressure can be minimized or prevented by home remedies such as garlic, potassium-rich foods, and fresh fruits and vegetables, according to HowStuffWorks. Other medicine alternatives that WebMD lists include h... More »

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Several herbs may help lower blood pressure, including basil, cinnamon, cardamom, garlic, hawthorn, celery seed, French lavender and cat's claw, according to Healthline. Herbs can be taken as supplements in concentrated ... More »

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As of 2015, research indicates that people with high blood pressure who use nattokinase daily for eight weeks experience lower blood pressure, according to WebMD. Nattokinase is an enzyme that reduces the blood's ability... More »

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High blood pressure responds well to healthy lifestyle changes, such as cutting back on sodium and alcohol, exercising frequently, quitting smoking and eating a diet full of fresh fruits and vegetables, notes Mayo Clinic... More »

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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High blood pressure is usually an asymptomatic condition, and it can only be detected by doing regular checkups, according to the American Heart Association. A person in a hypertensive crisis, when the systolic blood pre... More »

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High blood pressure is considered dangerous when it leads to stroke, kidney disease, heart failure and heart attack, and dangerously high readings are 180/110 and higher. A person may have high blood pressure for a long ... More »