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RandySavage
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Member since May 2012
21070 posts

Get my BP down
Was 136 93 tonight, not good. Mid 30s 6 180ish. Exercise slightly above average diet average so obviously those can be improved on but any specifics on what will help most? Any vitamin or supplement worth trying in combo with...


OleWarSkuleAlum
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Member since Dec 2013
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re: Get my BP down
Try Keto and your BP will drop. Combining Keto with IF will drop your BP like crazy.

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Adam4848
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LA
Member since Apr 2006
12035 posts

re: Get my BP down
You're going to get alot of different answers and some people pushing for you to try their diet.

Edit: Looky there ^^

My simplest approach would be to try and limit your salt intake. Make sure you're getting in enough potassium. Check it over the course of a couple weeks and see if this is helping at all. You're relatively young I think you can make slight adjustments and manage this on your own with proper diet, exercise, etc...
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LSUTiger1026
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Member since Sep 2017
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re: Get my BP down
There is truth in both of these posts. Make sure your salt intake is not excessive relative to Potassium intake. High quality fish oil and magnesium supplements will also help somewhat. L-Arginine might help, but I haven’t tried that so look for confirmation from someone that has. Lastly, lowering carbs will drop blood pressure. It’s just a fact and I don’t follow a low carb diet, so I have no agenda here. There will be some people who bash Old War in this thread just because of his overall reputation on this board, but he is right on this topic.


StraightCashHomey21
West Virginia Fan
Altus, OK
Member since Jul 2009
103964 posts

re: Get my BP down
stop watching Chelsea


lsu777
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westlake
Member since Jan 2004
11777 posts

re: Get my BP down
Actually all three. So salt isn't bad, salt swings are as are salt to potassium intake.

Vertical diet has a lot of good info on this.

For other things, long fasting helps usually but it is temporary but staying in a deficit can will usually help.

Other then that besides working out, things like yoga or true mediation will help usually by reducing stress

Also sleep, get a full 8 hours, 9-10 if at all possible.


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Shepherd88
Member since Dec 2013
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re: Get my BP down
What’s your caffeine intake like? How much coffee we drinking?


RandySavage
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Member since May 2012
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re: Get my BP down
Best suggestion yet ????


RandySavage
Auburn Fan
Member since May 2012
21070 posts

re: Get my BP down
Don’t drink coffee average a 12oz DP a day which I need to cut down to 2-3 a week, are cardio exercises the best play here? Sleep is also an are for improvement I get about 6 a night or less


Paul Allen
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Member since Nov 2007
56172 posts

re: Get my BP down
Hibiscus tea


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Adam4848
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LA
Member since Apr 2006
12035 posts

re: Get my BP down
Physical exertion helps strengthen your heart.

A stronger heart can pump blood more efficiency.

If you like cardio or lifting continue to do both.


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