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American Heart Association blood pressure calculator
AHA: Foods to Reduce Blood Pressure High potassium, low sodium: apples, bananas, grapefruit, nectarines, orange juice, prunes, watermelon, asparagus, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cooked cabbage, corn on the cob, eggplant, peas, peppers, potatoes
NIH High Blood Pressure Guide
NIH Causes of High Blood Pressure High salt intake, high alcohol intake, low potassium intake, low exercise, long-term stress
AHA High Blood Pressure News
Mayo: Social Factors Causing Stress-Related High Blood Pressure Work stress, relationship stress
Mayo: Therapeutic Approaches to Blood Pressure Management Add strength training to workouts; add fresh fruits; avoid softened water for drinking;
Mayo: High-Potassium Foods to Add to Diet Papaya, apricots, potatoes, spinach, orange juice, low-fat chocolate milk, bananas
Mayo: Alcohol and Blood Pressure Moderate consumption can reduce risk of heart disease and heart attack; more than two drinks per day can raise blood pressure
Mayo: Blood Pressure Center Most informative guide of the majors