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I was taking dilwas 2.5 mg for bp for over two months. Now my doctor advice to take amlovin 5 mg. Dilwas 2.5 and amlovin 5 mg tablets among which is better. Whether it's good to take bp medicine at bed time.

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I was taking dilwas 2.5 mg for bp for over two months. No...
Hello, Apart from meditation ,go for meditation to reduce stress in order to nourish your body conditioning the heart and to regularise your  digestive system, aswell. Tk, plenty of water ro hydrate your body. Your diet be easily digestible on time to avoid gastric disorder that triggers BP & raised heart rate. TK, low fats fluid milk (calcium, Beet juice, Hibiscus tea, Pomegranate juice (angiotensit II), Cranberry juice (anti inflamation & antioxidant ). All sorts of anti hypertensive medication be monitored. Avoid, junkfood, alcohol ,Nicotine and moving out in scorching Sun. I being a homoeopath would like to suggest to obey your physician in this regard. You can take homoeopathic medicine, being gentle,  rapid & safe in administration. Tk,  care.
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I was taking dilwas 2.5 mg for bp for over two months. No...
For purely blood pressure control if you have no heart problem or diabetes and if you are greater than 65 years of age I would suggest Amlovin 5 mg is better or otherwise Dilwas can be increased to 10 mg a day to achieve optimum blood pressure. At the end of day it is important to achieve ideal blood pressure regardless of what type of medication you use as long as you can tolerate it and does not produce untoward side effects in both short and long run.
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