Hydration is good. Sure. Being adequately hydrated is really important for good health. If by drinking water, you are drinking less of calorie laden drinks that will make you overweight and more prone to hypertension, then yes that will help. I don't think there's a direct correlation between water and lowering bp, but certainly an overall healthier option.
No! Unfortunately drinking water can not help with blood pressure control!!
Having bouts of dizziness and blood pressures that are normally high approx 148/91 5min later no activity 128/89 hr not racing. Issue? Drink plenty of water...
See physician. You should have your primary care physician look at your combination of meds. Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) and Lisinopril could work in opposite directions with your cardio system. Your physician should be able to help ou regulate your meds to address your symptom patterns.
I am 26 and have perfect health other than high blood pressure. I do not smoke and only occasionally drink. What can I do to lower my blood pressure?
Exercise & weight lo. Exercise & weight loss for starters.
I rarely ever drink soda and never add salt to my food. What are some ways to lower my blood pressure?
Several things. Get enough sleep. Do aerobic exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week. Limit sodium to less than 2 grams (u could still have high sodium intake even though u don't use salt shaker). Avoid heavy alcohol use (1 drink per day ok, but more than that is too much). Don't smoke. Avoid stimulants. However, many people can't control their pressure with lifestyle changes like these alone.
Lower BP naturally. To lower BP naturally - consume less salty food; avoid saturated fat; avoid sugars, breads and pizza; eat mostly colored fruit and veggie and whole grains; achieve ideal weight; exercise twice daily; focus on potassium and magnesium rich foods; nuts are excellent; unsalted of course; omega 3 can help.
generally not. The body's blood pressure is a function of the amount of space available for blood, and the amount of blood in the body. Believe it or not, the amount of blood is regulated far more by salt than by water. Generally speaking, the only way water would decrease blood pressure is it your body were substantially retaining salt and the extra water cause the body to decrease certain hormones.