What to do at night to get blood pressure down in morning.

Q: My blood pressure is higher in the morning but pulse rate is lower. As day goes on blood pressure becomes into the normal range but my pulse rise to 90+ beats. What should I be doing at night to get my pressure down in the morning. The only med I am taking at night is my atripal

A: Blood pressure goes up in the morning because of normal body rhythms. Without your readings, it is hard to know if your blood pressure needs treatment. The drug Atripla, a drug used to treat HIV infection, usually does not cause high blood pressure. You should discuss this further with your doctor. If you aren’t exercising regularly, now would be a good time to start. Regular exercise will help lower your blood pressure.

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