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Question about Hypertension

Anuj Sir,

This is my Second time post as first one is gone.

I have High BP and Medicine like Telmisartan and Olmesartan does not works on me because I have calcium entering the cells of the heart and arteries for that Dr Rx me with calcium channel blockers Cilnidipine 10. My Night BP is higher and day is normal. Also I have Vitamin D deficiency.

Is there any way in homeopathy to control or cure this ? Its all about calcium channel blockers which block calcium entering the cells of the heart for Hypertension Please suggest me any remedy which slowly cure this issues also in future arteriosclerosis will not happen.

Some of my reading

Morning : 120/85 HR 92
Evening: 165/95 HR 102

Some time Normal range

Morning : 120/85 HR 85
Day: 130/86 HR 101

Evening: 145/95 HR:105

After Walking 3km

110/65 HR 80

Thank you!
  sashikanta2 on 2023-09-17
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
There seems to be no issues with the BP.

Ideal readings 24/7 not possible.

After walking you are getting excellent readings.

Increase distance to 5 kms and see.

anuj srivastava 6 days ago

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