Diastolic (lower) pressure is formed in the process of resistance of the vessel walls. If the body has fluid retention, vascular wall swells, its lumen is narrowed and the lower the pressure goes.

Withdraw excess fluid from the body, eliminate from the diet of salty foods. Avoid additives such as MSG contained in the foods, bouillon cubes, chips, etc. Nadasuite soups, borscht and other prepared dishes.

Carefully document the pressures, go through the daily monitoring of arterial pressure and ECG, do a General and biochemical blood tests, ultrasound of the heart and kidneys, the General analysis and urine culture, Doppler ultrasound of the blood vessels of the brain. Start any treatment only after a thorough examination.

After consultation with the doctor, take antihypertensive drugs with diuretic effect, for example: "Indapamide", "Verospiron", "Hydrochlorothiazide", "Triampur, etc.
Complete examination of the kidneys, thyroid etc.

In the event of an increase in diastolic blood pressure after a medical examination, you need to use medications - beta-blockers with alpha effect or Calcio-blockers, such as: "Metoprolol", "Verapamil", "Atenolol", etc.

Lead a healthy lifestyle: follow proper nutrition principles, exercise, walk more, give up bad habits, keep track of your weight.

Take energy conditioners to maintain hearts that are sold in pharmacies, for example, "Doppelgerts" or "Bittner", etc.

Eat foods rich in potassium and magnesium: dried apricots, raisins, baked potatoes, etc. you Can drink the tablet form of these two substances: "Panangin" - it contributes to the strengthening and nutrition of the heart muscle.