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I want to assure you that do not worry as everything is going to be fine soon. Your body mass index (the scale for measuring the body weight appropriate for a patient's height and age) is higher and you fall in overweight and prone to obesity case. If you start acting on my advice, you will get alright with little determination and change of lifestyle. Your ideal weight ranges from 55 kg to 73 kg. You have central obesity and waist circumference for your age and height should not be more than 34 inches. For every 10 pounds decrease in body weight, you will get a beneficial fall of 5 mmHg in blood pressure until it gets normal. You need to take a pedometer, most smartphone already have it as built in software, and also comes separately. Your goal is 10,000 steps in a fast healthy pace of jogging daily for at least five to six days a week and on continuous basis. Make a chart on daily basis with date and share with me on follow up. You do not need weight lifting exercises, rather cardio exercises to help support the heart and your blood pressure. Previously, Sartel and Amlogard caused hypotension as a side effect which is the reason for losing balance while walking. It is good that you left taking those medicines. Rest of the symptoms you mentioned in previous question, are due to anxiety and high blood pressure. For that you need a medicine to control high BP and a follow up after a week and keep taking that. Follow up is just to see how you are doing with that treatment.
The Probable causes:
The probable cause is Truncal or central obesity and sedentary lifestyle.Investigations to be done:
Do fasting blood sugar levels, fasting lipid profile and thyroid profile.Treatment plan:
Take Tablet Atenolol 25 mg once daily.Preventive measures:
Avoid excess salt. Take appropriate water and keep a healthy diet. No soda, tea, energy drinks or coffee. Less sugar in diet.Regarding follow up:
Revert back with the blood work to a cardiologist online.