Hi , Along with medication ,try dietary , exercise option as well.
1. Consume a low-calorie diet
(often less than 1,400-1,800 calories a day). Most people cannot adhere to this kind of low-calorie diet.
2. Consume a Mediterranean diet, with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables, fish and beans as protein sources, and omega-3 and monounsaturated fats (olive oil), while avoiding saturated fats, refined carbohydrates, cholesterol-laden foods, excess omega-6 fats, and most animal products. An increasing percentage of health-conscious Americans are adopting this kind of diet
3. Avoid sugary fruit juices (almost all fruit juices contain too many sugars) and beverages spiked with fructose,80-84 sucrose,85-89 and/or high-fructose corn syrup.Consume a low-glycemic index and low-glycemic load diet.
Brisk walks for 20-30 mins at lest 5 times a week