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Madmardigan

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Hey coffee lovers,

My partner went to the dentist on Friday and they had to postpone his dental work due to extremely high blood pressure. He drinks a LOT of coffee. Has anyone ever dealt with this? What did you do?

He will give up coffee if he has to. Just wondering if anyone has experience with cutting out caffeine and that having a positive effect on lowering BP. I've found conflicting info online. Thanks.
 

MntnMan62

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This one is a no brainer really. If you have high blood pressure, drinking coffee won't help that. But the cause isn't the coffee. The cause can be hereditary but more likely a sedentary lifestyle and poor diet. Fix the diet and get regular exercise and the blood pressure will come down on it's own most likely. If your friend drinks a lot of coffee, he will be well advised to cut down on the coffee until he gets the blood pressure dealt with. He may need some meds to start out. If it's a lack of exercise and poor diet, fixing those two would go a long way towards being able to do it without meds. But he doesn't want to ignore it. Long term high blood pressure can lead to scar tissue on the kidneys and reduced kidney function, which is permanent. I had undiagnosed high blood pressure apparently and I now have Chronic Kidney Disease. Don't mess with high blood pressure. There's a reason it's called the silent killer.
 

Richcoop

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I drink a lot of coffee and don't have such problems. Maybe there is another cause of the high blood pressure?
 

BartSmith89

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I drink 4 cups of coffee every day and I've started experiencing high blood pressure as well. So I've started taking Vitamine C and a couple more supplement ordered online . So far I must say it helps. I know I should just drink less coffee but I prefer to solve it this way for now.
 

alexshawn

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My husband went to the dentist on Friday because he want to get invisible retainer, but his dental treatment had to be postponed owing to his abnormally high blood pressure.
He is a coffee lover. Has anyone had to deal with this before? What exactly did you do?
First of all, he has to reduce the quantity of coffee. I will recommend you to consult with a doctor because he can guide you properly according to his age.
 

Ronaldooo

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At my wellness check 2 weeks ago, my BP was high for the 1st time. About 150/105 on one of the machines. Always normal before.
Doc wrote up med’s, since I don’t smoke and walked out. Follow up in a month.
I haven’t started them and have been tracking at home, with a mixed bag of readings.
Some are about 150/105, some lower like 130/90. Half the time it gives me an error.

I started 45 minutes walks and 30 minute workout videos, alternate days.
Cut coffee from 3-4 to 1 cup, which sucked for a week. Ok now.
Diet is next, no salt and cut portions.
I don’t booze. occasional beer or glass of wine.
Stress is ok too.

Im not crazy about Online Pharmacy meds...yet.
Don’t want to pop pills for the rest of my life.
Could be hereditary , but I feel it is correctable with some effort.
 
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prontohollow13

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Doctors have no idea what causes most cases of high blood pressure. If doctors rule out a small number of known unpleasant things that could be the cause, you fall into the category of "essential hypertension."

If your BP is so high that no amount of lifestyle changes can fix it. You will need to take medication, especially since your lifestyle is already better than most.
 

stevenspear

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Doctors have no idea what causes most cases of high blood pressure. If doctors rule out a small number of known unpleasant things that could be the cause, you fall into the category of "essential hypertension."

If your BP is so high that no amount of lifestyle changes can fix it. You will need to take medication, especially since your lifestyle is already better than most.
Absolutely agree with you. I also want to add, for people who have decided to give up coffee in favor of tea due to high blood pressure. Friends, a mug of green tea will contain exactly half the caffeine of the same volume of a cup of coffee. The difference is not very big, but unlike coffee, you don’t have to worry that tea will be addictive.
 
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Addy3232

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Drinking too much coffee cause high blood pressure which is not good for your health, so drinking 2 or 3 cups of coffee is enough per day.
 
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