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Does nonpharmacologic therapy for hypertension work?
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Dr. Douglas Arenberg
Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Critical Care
3 doctors agree
In brief: For mild high BP
Diet (no added salt, and cut back on processed foods, eating more fresh produce, fish, lean meats), regular exercise (doesn't have to be intense, duration is more important than intensity) , and weight loss (see the first two, add to them weight training three days a week) all reduce blood pressure over the long haul.

In brief: For mild high BP
Diet (no added salt, and cut back on processed foods, eating more fresh produce, fish, lean meats), regular exercise (doesn't have to be intense, duration is more important than intensity) , and weight loss (see the first two, add to them weight training three days a week) all reduce blood pressure over the long haul.
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Dr. Mark Stern
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Sometimes
In some people, sometimes.

In brief: Sometimes
In some people, sometimes.
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Dr. Mark Stern
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