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My blood pressure increase to 170 -180 mmhg and my weight is 120 kg after reduce my body weight to 80 kg is it possible my blood pressure will not increase again.

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Correct diet plan and some exercises will definately help you out in maintaining correct bp. With few changes in lifestyle and regular exercises would help.
At such a young age this BP is alarming. U should reduce your body weight Maintain healthy lifestyle Start exercising. Intake of oily fried foods, junk food, an excess of sugar-salt should be avoided But there is no gaurantee that if you reduce your weight your BP will not increase again But its a great possibility as high BP is a lifestyle disorde. U change your habits n BP will be under control.
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