My friend 30yrs claims that he had high blood pressure. Diagnosed by a doctor who after checking him found he was 170+/90 +-. She prescribed welbutrin and said there is no way this can go down anytime soon without drugs.
Now he claims that after a healthier diet change and regular "hardcore" working out that a week or so later, he has had regular readings since.
Is it even possible to average in the 170/90+- and 10 days later to be averaging in the norm.
I don't think that if he truly had chronic high bp that it could have gone down that quick. It is possible however that he had situational hypertension or that the medication is working for him. BTW, I have never heard of prescribing Wellbutrin (an antidepressant) for high bp.