Controlling cholesterol and hypertension can be easier with the following advice.  

Healthy Diet: Eat fruits, vegetables, entire grains, and lean proteins. Eat avocados, almonds, and olive oil instead of saturated and trans fats, which elevate cholesterol.  

Regular Exercise: Walk 150 minutes or run 75 minutes a week. Exercise lowers blood pressure and cholesterol.

Limit sodium intake to fewer than 2,300 milligrams per day, and most individuals should aim for 1,500. Helps decrease blood pressure.

Alcohol should be consumed moderately. This usually means one drink per day for ladies. Drinking too much raises blood pressure and cholesterol.  

Smoking cessation is essential for heart health. Smoking destroys blood arteries, elevates blood pressure, and reduces good cholesterol. Counseling or programs can help you quit smoking.  

Maintaining a healthy weight helps reduce cholesterol and blood pressure. Little weight loss can make a big difference.

Practice mindfulness, meditation, yoga, or deep breathing to reduce stress. Chronic stress can raise blood pressure and cholesterol through poor diet and lifestyle.

Regular Medical Checkups: Monitor blood pressure, cholesterol, and heart health with regular doctor visits. Follow their medication and lifestyle advice.  

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