The latest recommendations are that all adults do some form of aerobic exercise for thirty minutes every day. Aerobic exercise would include walking, biking, swimming, and jogging. This allows the heart rate to elevate and stay elevated to improve cardiovascular fitness. This can have many positive effects on weight, blood pressure control, blood fat control, diabetes, arthritis and circulation problems.


High blood pressure increases your chance (or risk) for getting heart disease and/or kidney disease, and for having a stroke. It is especially dangerous because it often has no warning signs or symptoms. Regardless of race, age, or gender, anyone can develop high blood pressure.

It is estimated that one in every four American adults has high blood pressure. Once high blood pressure develops, it usually lasts a lifetime. You can prevent and control high blood pressure by taking action.

Patients can often sleep better by improving their “sleep hygiene”.  This includes measures such as regular aerobic exercise, not eating late at night, avoiding caffeinated products (coffee, tea, soft drinks and chocolate) in the evenings, take a warm bath before bed, avoiding alcohol (which inhibits REM sleep), avoiding daytime naps/dozing and using the bed only for sleep (don’t read or watch TV in bed).  Sleeping pills are not a good long term solution for poor sleep habits.

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