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I was 39 when I was diagnosed with high blood pressure will I be on meds all my life?
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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Not necessarily
There are various ways to treat high blood pressure, including weight loss, cardiovascular exercise, improved diet including a low salt diet, meditation and medications.
Doing many, or all, of these other treatments may be sufficient to not need blood pressure medications. However, do not stop blood pressure medications unless directed to by your physician, as complications can occur.

In brief: Not necessarily
There are various ways to treat high blood pressure, including weight loss, cardiovascular exercise, improved diet including a low salt diet, meditation and medications.
Doing many, or all, of these other treatments may be sufficient to not need blood pressure medications. However, do not stop blood pressure medications unless directed to by your physician, as complications can occur.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
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Dr. Rama Garimella
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
In brief: Depends on reason
If you have underlying causes causing HTN which can be reversed by addressing them. Like wt, sleep apnea, excessive alchol, adrenal tumor etc, but if it is genetic and other kidney issues, it may not be reversible.

In brief: Depends on reason
If you have underlying causes causing HTN which can be reversed by addressing them. Like wt, sleep apnea, excessive alchol, adrenal tumor etc, but if it is genetic and other kidney issues, it may not be reversible.
Dr. Rama Garimella
Dr. Rama Garimella
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