High blood pressure. What to avoid?

Keeping your high blood pressure in check day to day seems all too challenging. It is especially tough in our current times with higher stress jobs as well as most foods we eat being processed. Still, it is important to keep track of your blood pressure and make sure it is within an acceptable margin.
There are many ways to decrease your blood pressure, such as learning to control stress, exercising, and cutting down habits like smoking. Another one of these ways, possibly the most important, is watching your diet: what you eat and drink. Here are 9 foods and drinks to avoid:

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Products to manage high blood pressure

Microlife BP A3 Plus Blood Pressure Monitor

The A3 Plus from Microlife is a digital upper arm blood pressure monitor that has been clinically tested by the British Society of Hypertension and provides the user with reliable blood pressure readings easily and instantly.

Talya Garlic Oil

An ideal oil for hypertension and constipation. It can also help with dyspepsia and is used as an intensifier on the heart muscle. It can be also used for sciatica, rheumatism, varicose, arthritis, helps deals with alopecia, used for lengthening of hair and balancing tension.

Isoptin SR 240 mg

Isoptin SR 240 mg tablet is a calcium ion influx inhibitor. This is an antihypertensive drug that also has antiarrythmic activity. This is a slow release medication.

Norvasc 5 mg

Norvasc 5 mg is an antihypertensive drug belonging to the group of drugs called calcium channel blockers.

Co-Diovan 160/12.5 mg

Co-Diovan 160/12.5 mg is a combination anti-hypertensive medication (an angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB) and a diuretic) used to decrease high blood pressure.


Healthline. “Eating with High Blood Pressure: Food and Drinks to Avoid”. Accessed May 29, 2021.

Cleveland Clinic. “Hypertension and Nutrition”. Accessed May 29, 2021.

Medical News Today. “50 foods and drinks to avoid for people with high blood pressure”. Accessed May 29, 2021.

Mayo Clinic. “10 ways to control high blood pressure without medication”. Accessed May 29, 2021