Causes of high blood pressure include smoking, older age, thyroid and adrenal disorders, lack of exercise, obesity, chronic kidney disease, excessive alcohol consumption, excessive consumption of salt and a family histo... More »

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High blood pressure can be caused by excessive intake of sodium, which means that foods high in salt, such as processed or frozen foods, should not be eaten regularly, according to Healthline. Sugar is also a contributor... More »

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Certain types of birth control pills can cause high blood pressure in women, according to the American Heart Association. Some women can also develop a condition called pregnancy-induced hypertension, which is marked by ... More »

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Treatment of high blood pressure involves a number of lifestyle modifications, such as maintaining a healthy body weight, managing stress, quitting smoking, getting regular exercise and limiting alcohol consumption. Whil... More »

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Causes of high liver enzymes include statin drugs, alcohol consumption, obesity, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and over-the-counter pain medications, according to Mayo Clinic. Less common causes of elevated liver enzy... More »

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High triglyceride levels are caused by lifestyle and health conditions, including obesity, poorly controlled diabetes, hypothyroidism, kidney disease, eating more calories than are burned and excessive alcohol consumptio... More »

Treatment for high blood pressure or hypertension depends on the severity of the condition. Treatment can include lifestyle and dietary changes, smoking cessation, stress management and drug therapy, according to the Nat... More »