Q: I have high blood pressure, last reading was 180/80 i am not taking any medication, is there any from of exercise that can reduce my pressure. Does smoking increase BP please advise
A: Exercise in any form will help lower your blood pressure. Walking is the most frequently recommended because it does not require special skills, training, or equipment. You should be walking at least 10.0000 steps a day. The average person only walks 3.000. See this page on ShapUp.org.
Smoking increases your risk of high blood pressure and heart disease because of the effects
smoking has blood vessels. While a person is smoking , blood pressure increases temporarily.