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Your blood pressure is mildly elevated. Lifestyle modifications may help reduce it. However, if these measures do not reduce blood pressure in three to six months, then medicines may be started. Measures to control BP (blood pressure) are avoid smoking and other addictions, reduce salt intake in the diet, reduce fatty foods, junk foods, saturated fats, avoid stress and anxiety, do regular moderate-intensity exercise such as brisk walk for 30 minutes, have a proper night's sleep. Should have at least eight hours per 24 hours, including at least six hours in uninterrupted night sleep, reduce weight even if weight is within normal range, drink plenty of water, do deep breathing exercises and meditation. You may also take the prescribed medication along with these measures. If you do not want to take medicine, these measures can reduce blood pressure, but the magnitude is different in different individuals. I hope this was helpful.