Is It Safe If I Do Exercise to Lower my High Blood Pressure?

Being active is one of the best things you can do for your high blood pressure. You can see your doctor for suggestions.

Before exercise, you’ll need to know your target heart rate. If you’ve taken medication and managed your blood pressure well in control, you can start your exercise from 50% of your maximum heart rate. It’s helpful to wear monitoring device to know your heart rate during exercise.

If you begin to breathe too harder and to sweat too much, or your heart begins to beat too faster, slow down and have a rest. If it is necessary, you have to stop and seek emergency help

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