Treatment Of High Blood Pressure In Addition To Taking Medication?
, my mother aged 50 is still actively working. Usually the tension is normal but it has been 3 days high the tension is 170/100. He is a bit dizzy but still able to go to the office. My mother did not want to take medication because the blood pressure medication, she said, should be taken continuously. Is it true? Is there any way other than drugs that can reduce blood pressure?
High blood pressure is a very common condition, and high blood pressure can be caused by a variety of causes. High blood pressure or hypertension consists of primary hypertension (no other underlying disease), and secondary hypertension (there is an underlying disease).
high blood pressure in women aged 50 years can occur. Blood pressure that reaches 170/100 is considered grade 2 hypertension. Blood pressure that is too high can cause headaches, the heart feels racing, and may cause chest pain and fainting. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can also cause various diseases such as stroke, heart disease, kidney failure.
Therefore, in people with high blood pressure, it must be controlled by using a proper diet, and using high blood pressure medications. Hypertension drugs can be safely consumed if your mother takes the drug according to the rules and carries out routine control to the doctor. If your mother does this then there is no need to worry. Medication for high blood pressure in most cases is needed in the long term, because high blood pressure is a chronic disease.
If the blood pressure has reached 170/100, there is no other way to lower blood pressure. It is recommended that your mother see a doctor. later the doctor can check the condition of your mother directly first and can provide the right therapy.
It is advisable to reduce the consumption of salt and foods that contain flavoring. Avoid consuming foods that are processed by frying. Avoid eating offal, shrimp, egg yolks, cheese, butter. regular exercise can help. get enough rest and don't smoke.
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