High blood pressure: The diet that could reduce BP to ‘healthy levels’ in just ‘two weeks’

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It’s also recommended to cut down on alcohol, drink less caffeine and to stop smoking.

These three factors, although to different extents, will help reduce your blood pressure and increase your overall health.

To act as a supplement to this, the NHS recommends becoming more active.

It is also possible to take medicine for blood pressure.



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