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High Blood Preassure
To some extent: Processed foods, fast foods and other foods that are high in salt are not good for someone with high blood pressure. Also, since obesity can affect your BP, keeping your weight in control with a lower carbohydrate diet and avoidance of simple sugars is helpful as well, although not as directly as the other interventions. Get into cooking at home and using spices rather than salt for added flavor! ...Read more
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Daily I have low tryglicerides, i don't have any renal or heart ailments, should food and salt affect high blood preassure?
Diet and high BP: Food and salt can effect your blood pressure. Some studies on salt and blood pressure give mixed results, some show a definite relation, the relation of high salt intake to blood pressure may be stroger in certain population areas or in certain races. In general salt is like anything else we put in our mouth...Too much is too bad. Moderation on anything in the diet is usually the key. ...Read more
#1.Is baby asprin safe while pregnant?My dr seen risks of high blood preassure on my ultra sound.#2also a diff dr said I have hyponatremia what do I do
Yes: Baby aspirin, 85mg, is definitely safe in pregnancy. Hyponatremia, without any other disease processes going on, would be very rare in someone your age. This other doctor told you, you had low sodium but didn't tell you why? Unless you have renal disease or a host of other conditions one wouldn't expect in a 22 yr old, i think you're likely ok. Talk with md about it so you can be informed. ...Read more
I know that blood flows from a high pressure to lower pressure area, flowing through the path of least resistance?
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My husband only takes his blood pressure medication on days when his blood pressure is high, is this ok?
Absolutely not!: The point and purpose of high blood pressure medication is to proactively keep your blood pressure low. It is not intended treating you high blood pressure sporadically. In fact, doing so can be dangerous and abruptly stopping can cause a dangerous rise in blood pressure. He needs to take it daily, as prescribed by his doc. (the first signs of untreated high pressure can be heart attack or stroke. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Symptomless disease: High blood pressure (BP) is a disease where the pressure in your arteries is too high, where the systolic is >140 or the diastolic is >90 (see my colleague's answer for an explanation of systolic and diastolic.) ideally the BP should be <130/80. High BP often is without symptoms but needs treatment to prevent heart disease & stroke. Untreated high BP can also lead to kidney disease and impotence. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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