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18 ways to keep blood pressure in check

High blood pressure damages your blood vessels, heart and eyes while also increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke, dementia and kidney disease. The following tips will help to lower high blood pressure, or keep it from rising if it's at a healthy level.

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18 ways to keep blood pressure in check
18 ways to keep blood pressure in check
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You can’t see it, you can’t feel it and, unless you get it checked, you won’t even know you have it. That makes high blood pressure, or hypertension, a quiet killer, one that slowly damages your blood vessels, heart and eyes while simultaneously increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke, dementia and kidney disease. Could you be at risk of high blood pressure and not know it? The following tips will help to lower high blood pressure, or keep it from rising if it’s at a healthy level.



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