How to get blood pressure down to 120

Recent findings suggest that it's worth treating patients in that prehypertension gray area of 120 to 140 to bring them down into the normal range. But how?

Recent findings from a large National Institutes of Health study now suggest that it's worth treating patients in that prehypertension gray area of 120 to 140, in order to bring them down into the normal range. The findings, which have not yet been published and are still preliminary, found lower rates of heart attack, stroke and death among people with high blood pressure who brought that top number down to 120. In order to reach that goal, study participants in the 120 group took an average...