Reduce Your Risk for High Blood Pressure
2)Maintain an ideal body weight by eating healthy and staying active.
3)Exercise as much as you can but at least do moderate activity of about 30 minutes exercise 3 to 4 days of the week.
4)Reduce stress by involving in activities such as yoga and meditation.
5)Quit smoking and avoid second-hand smoking.
6)Limit alcohol intake(no more than 1 drink per day for women and no more than 2 drinks per day for men.
7)Take your blood pressure medicines regularly as directed by your physician. Remember to keep taking your medicines even when you feel well.
Dr. Mahesh Ochaney is a solo practitioner who has been practicing Internal Medicine since 1991. Dr. Ochaney’s compassionate primary care has been recognized several times over the years, including being named a 2018 Top Doctor by Baltimore Magazine and receiving a State of Maryland Governor’s Citation.