thats a little high, should be 120/80 somewhere in there . 90 boarder line and the 146 to high . you need go dr have it checked out , dose not mean its always that it goes up and down so that could been a one time reading , take it if you can and see what the base line runs.
119 / 79 or below is normal. 146 / 90 is classified as stage I hypertension.
Your doctor will usually recommend lifestyle changes:
1. Maintain normal body weight mass (BMI 24.9 or less)
2. Adopt DASH eating plan
3. sodium restriction to no more than 2.4 g per day
4. Physical activity of 30 min.day most days of the week
5. Alcohol consumption of no more than two drinks per day
for a few months to see if your numbers can come down, then perhaps start you on a medication.
(Source: Cleveland Clinic Center for Continuing Education)
Has anyone Sucessfully gotten off of Clonidine? If so - How did you do it? What were the Withdrals Symptoms? And How Long did it take?
I am already on the DASH Diet - If I add an excercise regimine - Could I successfully be able to withaw from the Clonidine?
I have bad Kidney Disease from a drug one doctor gave me that damaged my Kidneys - so my Blood Pressure has been really high. That's when another doctor put me on Clonidine. But I don't want a high risk of a Heart Atack - So I want an Alternative to the Clonidine. And to get off it. ~ ASAP
*** IF Anyone has successfuly gottoen off of it - PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW YOU DID IT. Thank you. And God Bless you!
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