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    High Blood Pressure

    Today I went to the doctor and got my blood pressure checked. She said it was 153/104 which is very high for my age. She also said that I should stop lifting for 2 weeks (until the next appointment) if its better, then Ill resume my workouts. I never had any problems with blood pressure, this is the first time my blood pressure is this high. My parents blame it on lifting, that I lift heavy weights and it causes that, but I really have no idea why I have such high blood pressure.

    Sorry if I sound like a noob, I'm just kinda scared and confused.

    Anyone else have similar experience? (had high blood pressure before)
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    Originally Posted by vDa View Post
    Today I went to the doctor and got my blood pressure checked. She said it was 153/104 which is very high for my age. She also said that I should stop lifting for 2 weeks (until the next appointment) if its better, then Ill resume my workouts. I never had any problems with blood pressure, this is the first time my blood pressure is this high. My parents blame it on lifting, that I lift heavy weights and it causes that, but I really have no idea why I have such high blood pressure.

    Sorry if I sound like a noob, I'm just kinda scared and confused.

    Anyone else have similar experience? (had high blood pressure before)
    Never had blood pressure problems but that is very high for any age. I am not sure it is the weights but stay out of the gym you dont want to **** witht he heart the is the one muscle you cant injure.
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    Yea, she said its very high. I have no ****ing idea though whats going on, I'm feeling 100%, no headaches whatsoever, feel normal.

    Maybe its the stress at school? It just started so I'm not used to it, idk wtf is wrong..
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    i have the same problem, but a bit worse. im from 180/100 when im nervous and active, down to 150/95 when relaxed.

    my dad also had it bad at this age. i have been taking a med for it, but it didnt work, time for plan B

    iv upped the cardio and will cut soon, as well as get more meds.

    no side effects from it tho.

    ps- heavy weights dont cause high BP...what the hell is that? its mostly genetic/weight/diet related IMO
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    try hawthorn berries, theyll help even it ut whether its low or high
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    So should I work out or not?

    My parents are worried as **** so am I, but its funny how my blood pressure jumps, when I came from school I had 153/102 after like 30 min I Measured it and it was 125/91.. Then again I measured and got 116/86
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    Originally Posted by vDa View Post
    So should I work out or not?

    My parents are worried as **** so am I, but its funny how my blood pressure jumps, when I came from school I had 153/102 after like 30 min I Measured it and it was 125/91.. Then again I measured and got 116/86
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    Originally Posted by MSmith19 View Post
    Do you do cardio?
    I usually do it, but for the last 2 months I kinda was lazy, I threw some heavy ass weights around so I slacked on cardio. (I ran maybe once per 2 weeks or so)
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    1. Watch Your Weight: In over weight people, a 10 percent reduction in total body weight will sometimes normalize blood pressure.

    2. Get Physical: Go for a brisk 30-minute walk 6 days a week.

    3. Meditate: A new study shows it works for teens too.

    4. Try Yoga: It reduces stress and strengthens the mind and body.

    5. Butt Out: All forms of tobacco dramatically raise blood pressure.

    6. Shake Off Salt: And sodium-rich foods such as soy sauce and canned soups.

    7. Leave the Bar: 1-2 drinks a day is OK--even stress-relieving--but more can cause health problems.

    8. Check Your Blood: Have cholesterol and triglycerides checked regularly.

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    9. Reject Refined Foods: Shun the sally, sugary, pre-made, preserved, fried and fatty.

    10. Swear Off Sodas: Soft drinks can deplete potassium (see No. 20).

    11. Find Fiber: Think veggies and whole grains.

    12. Forgo Fat: Choose white fish and skinless chicken and turkey. Skip cheese, bacon, red meat, gravy and desserts.

    13. Toss the Trans Fats: These are a greater risk than even saturated fats.

    14. Howl for Whole Oats: Eaten daily, oats lower hypertension.

    15. Try L-Carnitine: Another amino acid, also found in protein.

    16. DASH Your Diet: DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) is high in fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy, and it's low in fat.

    17. Defeat Diabetes: Diabetics who control their condition reduce hypertension risk.

    18. Compute Your Body Mass Index: Multiply your weight in pounds by 703; then divide by your height in inches; then again divide by your height in inches. Try to stay between 18.5 and 24.9.

    19. Mull Over a Multi: A daily multivitamin ensures that you're getting the basics.

    20. Prefer Potassium: This crucial mineral is found in many fruits, vegetables, dairy foods, fish and supplements.

    21. Make It Magnesium: It's in leafy greens, legumes, whole grains and supplements.

    22. Value Vitamin C: The less vitamin C in the blood, the higher the blood pressure in hypertensive patients.

    23. Boost Bioflavonoids: Available in fruits, vegetables and supplements, bioflavonoids enhance vitamin C's effect.

    24. Embrace Vitamin E: Evidence suggests that vitamin E also magnifies vitamin C's blood pressure-lowering effect.

    25. Get Milk: Hypertensive patients seldom drink enough milk--and they are usually low on calcium. Broccoli, spinach, tofu, goat milk and calcium supplements are alternatives.

    26. Pick Pycnogenol: French maritime pine bark extract lowered blood pressure in a Chinese study, which was reported in the January 2, 2004 issue of Life Sciences.

    27. Fish for Omega-3s: Stress essential fatty acid-containing foods or supplements of fish oil, flaxseed oil and primrose oil.

    28. Queue Up for Coenzyme Q10: Hypertensive patients are often deficient in ubiquinone. Aside from supplements, organ meats are the richest sources.

    29. Seize the Soy: Studies suggest that the isoflavones in soy, tofu, tempeh and miso make arterial walls more elastic.

    30. Think Zinc: Zinc may reverse hypertension that has been caused by too much cadmium.

    31. Have Some Hawthorn: An enzyme that can cause arteries to constrict is blocked by this berry.

    32. Look for Linden: This blossom is often combined with hawthorn for blood pressure.

    33. Target Taurine: This amino acid--available in protein and as a supplement--balances sodium and potassium in the blood, lowering blood pressure.

    34. Crave Carrot Juice: Studies show it cleans arteries.

    35. Cook with Cayenne: The capsicum in cayenne slows arteriosclerosis, which can cause hypertension.

    36. Don't Pass on Parsley: It's a natural diuretic, which cuts blood pressure.

    37. Go for Ginger: Ginger offers hypertensive benefits to some.

    38. Seal the Deal: Goldenseal root may reduce blood pressure, especially when taken in conjunction with ginger.

    39. Defy Dracula: Evidence shows that garlic lowers hypertension 2-7 percent. Onions help too.

    40. Single Out Psyllium: Take this soluble fiber with plenty of water. Other sources of fiber include peas, beans, apples, pears and citrus fruit.

    41. Consider Black Cohosh: Commonly used to alleviate the symptoms of menopause, this herb may also help with hypertension
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    i sprained my ankle 5 weeks ago and they took my blood pressure at the hospital and say it was 105 over 60. just thought id throw that in there.
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    Originally Posted by mattyoc3 View Post
    i sprained my ankle 5 weeks ago and they took my blood pressure at the hospital and say it was 105 over 60. just thought id throw that in there.
    wow...really low, i hate you haha jk
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    Originally Posted by mattyoc3 View Post
    i sprained my ankle 5 weeks ago and they took my blood pressure at the hospital and say it was 105 over 60. just thought id throw that in there.
    Yea thats perfect blood pressure, I took mine today at 4th try I got 105/67

    So should I work out? (with my blood pressure jumps)
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    Originally Posted by vDa View Post
    Yea thats perfect blood pressure, I took mine today at 4th try I got 105/67

    So should I work out? (with my blood pressure jumps)
    i dont know man, i would, but its your call
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    Originally Posted by vDa View Post
    Yea thats perfect blood pressure, I took mine today at 4th try I got 105/67

    So should I work out? (with my blood pressure jumps)
    So you blood pressure went from 153/104 to 105/67?
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    I had the same trouble last year...doc put me on some pills and then i went down to around 100/65...said f**k the pills and just started eating healthier and working out more often. haven't had a HP for about 10 monthes. I'm sure that mine is hereditary and that is supposed to be moderatly common and not "threatening".
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