Aerobic exercise is a highly recommended way to fight high blood pressure without medication.
Alternative treatments such as transcendental meditation, biofeedback and guided breathing appear to reduce high blood pressure in some people, a new report suggests.
But only one method that does not involve medication - aerobic exercise - is both proven to have a major impact and highly recommended.
The report, by the American Heart Association, also says research doesn't support a reduction in high blood pressure from other relaxation and meditation techniques, yoga or acupuncture. However, the quality of research into these strategies is limited, the report adds, suggesting ...