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Research has shown that certain lifestyle changes can help lower blood pressure. Some of these changes include exercising regularly, following a specific diet, losing weight, and limiting your consumption of alcohol. It may take three to six months before your healthcare provider sees the full benefit of lifestyle changes on your condition. If lifestyle changes alone do not help to lower your blood pressure, your healthcare provider may recommend certain blood pressure medications.
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