Making lifestyle changes, such as eating a healthy diet and exercising on a regular basis, can help to lower blood pressure, according to Mayo Clinic. A person who has hypertension or pre-hypertension should eat a diet t... More »

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ModernMom lists a variety of foods that help expectant women lower blood pressure naturally during pregnancy, including chocolate, bananas, fish and oranges. Nutrients in these foods lower blood pressure in various ways,... More »

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Physical exercise and relaxation techniques can lower eye pressure, but they are not a substitute for visiting the doctor, reports Glaucoma Research Foundation. Eye pressure is measured by a doctor who is able to determi... More »

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 »

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 »

In many cases, lifestyle changes such as increasing exercise, changing diet and stopping smoking, are enough to lower cholesterol levels significantly, according to Mayo Clinic. However, some patients also require medica... More »

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To lower blood pressure without medication, Mayo Clinic recommends weight loss, regular exercise, a healthy diet, reducing dietary sodium, limiting alcohol, quitting smoking and reducing caffeine intake. In addition, red... More »

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