Why does my blood pressure go down at night and it’s up in the mornings? Average 150/100. What can I do or take to make it go down?
Answer by Dherbs
Perhaps because you are more RELAXED at night due to bedtime, and in the morning, the subconscious thought of the anticipated stress makes your bloop pressure rise. It could be psycho-somatic in
nature where your body is responding to your psyche or subconscious thoughts. Read our article â€HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
(HYPERTENSION)â€ located under “Articles.”