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also is any of your family members have heart disease like cardiomyopathy? reason asked is because its a highly genetic disease especially the hypertrophic cardiomayopathy.

obstructive hypertrophic cardiomayopathy can give high bp values. an echo can confirm it.

IVsd IVss, LVPWd LVPWd values give an idea of how much your heart septum thickness is. in hypertrophic cardiomayopathy its value over 1.5 while normal is less than 1. also various other parameters in echo which can give clue whats causing this high bp.
Yes, family history of heart disease, bp and diabetes too. I am unable to recall name of that disease. Will go with echo.
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It is always good to take second or third opinions. Don't blindly belive on one set of tests/ doctor.

Try visiting few other specialists too.
Thnx man. Will try to convince my family for the same.

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I tried Ayurvedic medicine before Allopathy along with diet control starting from 5:00AM to 11:00PM.
That didn't worked well. So, i am with allopathy now along with control diet.
If you are not dying from your disease as early as tomorrow, then all you need is right kind of food. You have plenty of time at your disposal for trying out different food options.

I am not asking you to take any ayurvedic or modern medicines. You might've to take some statins based on the outcome of your tests. But your health will only go downwards if you start taking such shit so early in your life.

I wouldn't have mentioned changing your diet if you were 50 plus. And what you've been reading about the right kind of diet for heart patients is pure bullshit. Otherwise, you would've been cured by now... as you are already on a "controlled diet".

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Hello friends, can anyone tell me the causes of severe Hypertension in Young Adults of age 18-20 ?
The present life style and the fear to fail is the prime cause !

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Treatments for hypertension

Lifestyle changes are important for both treatment and prevention of high blood pressure, and they can be as effective as a drug treatment. These lifestyle changes can also have wider benefits for heart health and overall health

Salt restriction - typical salt intake is between 9 and 12 g a day and modest blood pressure reductions can be achieved even in people with normal levels by lowering salt to around 5 g a day - the greatest effects are seen in people with hypertension


Moderation of alcohol consumption - expert guidelines say moving from moderate to excessive drinking is "associated both with raised blood pressure and with an increased risk of stroke"


High consumption of vegetables and fruits and low-fat - people with, or at risk of, high blood pressure are advised to minimize intake of saturated fat and total fat and to eat whole-grain, high-fibre foods, at least 300 g of fruit and vegetables a day, beans, pulses, and nuts, and omega-3-rich fish twice a week


Reducing weight and maintaining it - hypertension is closely correlated with excess body weight, and weight reduction is followed by a fall in blood pressure


Regular physical exercise - guidelines say "hypertensive patients should participate in at least 30 min of moderate-intensity dynamic aerobic exercise (walking, jogging, cycling or swimming) on 5 to 7 days a week"


Stress reduction - avoiding sources of stress, where possible, and developing healthy coping strategies for managing unavoidable stress can help with blood pressure control, especially as many people turn to alcohol, drugs, smoking and unhealthy foods or overeating to cope with stress.

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^^ Low fat diet... LMAO.

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The present life style and the fear to fail is the prime cause !
Yes, people don't realize that it's a lifestyle problem... not a disease. How can medicines help them if it's not a disease? Moreover, medicines just fixes the symptoms and not the underlying cause... i.e., you can't be cured of HT by taking BP lowering meds. That's why you need to take such meds life long.

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Treatments for hypertension

Lifestyle changes are important for both treatment and prevention of high blood pressure, and they can be as effective as a drug treatment. These lifestyle changes can also have wider benefits for heart health and overall health

Salt restriction - typical salt intake is between 9 and 12 g a day and modest blood pressure reductions can be achieved even in people with normal levels by lowering salt to around 5 g a day - the greatest effects are seen in people with hypertension


Moderation of alcohol consumption - expert guidelines say moving from moderate to excessive drinking is "associated both with raised blood pressure and with an increased risk of stroke"


High consumption of vegetables and fruits and low-fat - people with, or at risk of, high blood pressure are advised to minimize intake of saturated fat and total fat and to eat whole-grain, high-fibre foods, at least 300 g of fruit and vegetables a day, beans, pulses, and nuts, and omega-3-rich fish twice a week


Reducing weight and maintaining it - hypertension is closely correlated with excess body weight, and weight reduction is followed by a fall in blood pressure


Regular physical exercise - guidelines say "hypertensive patients should participate in at least 30 min of moderate-intensity dynamic aerobic exercise (walking, jogging, cycling or swimming) on 5 to 7 days a week"


Stress reduction - avoiding sources of stress, where possible, and developing healthy coping strategies for managing unavoidable stress can help with blood pressure control, especially as many people turn to alcohol, drugs, smoking and unhealthy foods or overeating to cope with stress.
No salt at all.
No alcohol or cigarette at all til now.
Cholesterol 150.8 MG/DL.
weight 62 kg.
And regular physical exercise (walking 15-20 min) in morning.

Thank you bro. But i am looking for cause.
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^^ Low fat diet... LMAO.

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Yes, people don't realize that it's a lifestyle problem... not a disease. How can medicines help them if it's not a disease? Moreover, medicines just fixes the symptoms and not the underlying cause... i.e., you can't be cured of HT by taking BP lowering meds. That's why you need to take such meds life long.
BP medicines only make your veins litter broader to reduce the pressure of the blood. cant cure the cause.
And yes, that's why need to take such meds may be whole life.
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No salt at all.
No alcohol or cigarette at all til now.
Cholesterol 150.8 MG/DL.
weight 62 kg.
And regular physical exercise (walking 15-20 min) in morning.

Thank you bro. But i am looking for cause.
Stress s the main cause.. then food habit....

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