First of all, dear friend, I salute you for your resolution to lose weight, become fitter AND get off high pressure medication.
If only a fraction of men decided to confront their problems head-on, we would live in a better world. Here is my advice: Get as fit as you can and then you’ll give the blood pressure medicine the finger. I am no doctor, but I beg to differ with their “for life” statement - especially since the condition does not run in your family.
When it comes to exercise and getting fit, I suggest you <a href=”http://ohealthyeah.com/back-fat-exercises/ ” title=”ease yourself into it”>ease yourself into it. There’s no reason to all crazy, high intensity from the time being, even slight improvements will make a big impact. Likewise, in getting off your medication, in order to be as safe as possible, I think you should, again, make the <a href=”http://ohealthyeah.com/lower-high-blood-pressure-naturally-live-longer/ ” title=”transition”>transition as smooth and easy as you can with natural ways to control your blood pressure.
I KNOW the naysayers will try to discourage you. They will say it is for your own good. But you, my friend, are the master of your fate, the captain of your ship. So do your due dilliegence and let them gasp for air while they try to catch you.
I hope you succeed. Let me know!