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  • Quick Tips for reducing your blood pressure: 1. Eat healthy. 2. Exercise regularly. 3. Lose the extra pounds. 4. Quit smoking. 5. Limit your alcohol. 6 Limit your sodium in your diet. 7. Limit your caffeine intake 8. Relax! 9. Get your blood pressure checked on a regular basis. Clinical Blood Pressure High blood pressure or hypertension is a risk to both your heart and your kidneys. Your blood pressure is based on two measurements (systolic and diastolic).  A reading of more than 140/90 mmHg may indicate you have high blood pressure. If you have diabetes, 130/80 mmHg may be...

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