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I understand what you are going through, but there is no need to worry. Hypertension is very common these days, because of the prevalence of bad lifestyle, genetic predispositions, etc. In your case, your mom's history of CKD (chronic kidney disease) increases your chance of hypertension. I suggest you get CBC (complete blood count), lipid profile, urine analysis, and EKG (electrocardiogram), to review your cardiovascular system. To help reduce your blood pressure, changes have to be made as follows. Lifestyle modification is the first step, you have to eat healthily. Eat more of vegetables, nuts, fruits, whole grains, fish, and chicken. Try to exercise at least 3 to 5 days in a week. Reduce salt intake and always get adequate sleep. If after three weeks your blood pressure does not normalize, you will have to start taking medications.