Why Does My Blood Pressure Spike?

Q: My blood pressure spikes a lot, i.e. I have 155/94 at 5 AM in the morning, go out for a 3 miles run and my blood pressure goes down to 133/83.  I am not on any medication and don’t want to take any medications.  I don’t eat any meat but do eat fish.   I eat very healthy, barely anything with white flour, try to cut sugar, exercise 5 times per week, 3x running (training for a 1/2 marathon) 2x gym but my blood pressure still jumps. Any idea what can cause the spikes especially the diastolic number sometimes is much higher?  Thanks.

A: Although you have a healthy lifestyle, sometimes that is not enough.  Your blood pressure is not in good control.  Morning spikes of 155/94 are worrisome.  I suspect your age and genetics are catching up with you.  Since you don’t want to take any drugs to lower your blood pressure, you might want to consider using the RESPeRATE.  It has been clinically proven to lower blood pressure without side effects.  Personally, I believe regular use of the RESPeRATE and a healthy lifestyle has kept my blood pressure in the normal range as I have gotten older.

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