Olmezest Ch 40, Nebistar 10, Amlopin 5, Moxovas 0.3

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Raj Says:


I am a 51 year old male, having BP 199/100 inspite of taking the above combination, viz. morning- olmezest ch40, amlopin 5 , afternoon -ecospirin av 75, evening nebistar 10, moxovas .3, along with insulins and amaryl, and jalra, nothing seems to work on my sugars and BP. Does ayone experience stubborn sugar n Bp like this?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Raj! How are you doing? I'm very sorry about the problems that you're having.

The next thing to look at here is your exercise habits and your diet. Both of those can play a role in your blood pressure and blood sugar levels.

Increased exercise helps your body work more efficiently and will help to lower both.

Salty foods in your diet cause you to retain fluid, which elevates your blood pressure. Anything sweet, such as fruits and pastries will cause your blood sugar to raise, plus fatty foods coat the cells, so they can't absorb the sugar they need to burn for fuel, which raises it even further.

How much exercise do you usually get and what types of foods do you eat?

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