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Topic Title: diet & hypertension
Created On: 01/28/2002 08:41 PM
 
 08/20/2003 06:23 AM

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squashhouse

Yes, increased intensity and frequency of exercise within your cardiovascular limits(if you don't have any heart disease)and according to your age can definately help to reduce your BP. Khawaja Maqbool Ahmed
 01/28/2002 08:41 PM

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jim16036

i just found out i have high blood pressure. i did not think i could get it because i was a jock in my younger days. i was put on vasotec[sp?] but want to know what else i can do to lower my BP. i know about cutting back on salt. is there anything else i can do to figth this.? does eatting hot peppers raise your BP? what about exercise. i love pumping iron. should i switch to a more areobic work out? thanks for any help u can give me.
     
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