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During feb my blood pressure sudden increases 165/100 and now my blood pressure is 130/83 average so what should I do to maintain the blood pressure at normal level. And my cardiograph, urine test, sugar test, tsh, urea catic cbc all are normal so give me the suggestion what should I do? And I masturbate after every 5th day since 4 months so does it can be cause of high b.p due to hormonal imbalance because of masturbation?

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Hi, Lybrate user, you need to follow certain natural norms to lower down your bp apart from medication. Go for a walk in the morning to regulate blood circulation to combat your bp. 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, junk food, alcohol ,nicotine and moving out in scorching sun. You can take homoeopathic medicine, being gentle,  rapid & safe in administration. Tk,  care.
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Hello lybrate-user prakash garu, can you please check your bp on three different days at a local nursing home and let us know. If you have >140/90 then you have hypertension and you need to follow few necessary steps like change of lifestyle, exercise, reducing salt intake etc. Then if needed few medications. You can consult for further info. Thank you.
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