When it comes to getting a routine check-up, blood pressure is usually something that many of us can improve on. High blood pressure can be a result of obesity, genetic inheritance, poor diet, smoking, drinking, lack of sleep and lack of exercise and can affect just about anyone. It is estimated that around 1 in 4 adults in the UK are affected by high blood pressure, which can increase the chances of other associated health issues such as a stroke, heart disease, heart attacks, heart failure and vascular dementia. 

So, how can you combat it?

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