Your blood pressure should be at its lowest in the morning on upon waking up. It then increases if one drinks coffee by about 15-30 beats or more depending upon each persons circulation of blood. I don't know if you drink coffee, but that could be a reason if you do.
But I know of something that helps reduce hypertension/ high BP...take fish oil tablets, you can get them from anywhere. they help reduce BP...and you dont have to take them everyday but you should take it at least 3 times a week and take 2-4 tablets each time depending on the dosage. And this isn't medication, fish oil is actually healthy for you, it also even helps with joint problems too. Fish oil in other words, is basically a lubrication for the inside parts of the body.
Sorry to disagree with tufftitan2, but actually, your morning wake-up blood pressure is usually higher than the rest of the day (minus the exception of the influence of caffeine, which does spike up your blood pressure). This is because your body needs to get somewhat of a "jolt start" from total rest during the night when you are sleeping. (this could be one of the reasons why there are more heart attacks in the morning, but this I cannot state for sure, I don't have the medical information on this)
200 is not normal though, and is consider very high, your afternoon pressure is better but not completely optimal level (according to World Health Organization guidelines). If you have an especially high spike during the morning, it is considered a type of morning hypertension, and this can be alarming, as it is a predictor for heart disease. You should speak to your phsycian about this.
There is something called a DASH diet, the American Heart Association has something on their website you can download and print, you can even buy books abotu this now. This can help lower your BP. Keep monitoring your BP of course, and I would suggest to go see your family doctor and tell them about this. My family doctor did help me find out more, and recommended a Bios Diagnostics blood pressure monitor to help me out - it sounds like you are already monitoring your BP so this is good, you should keep doing that. Make sure you are doing your BP correctly in the morning, make sure you have gone to the washroom (yes, the need to urinate actually tenses up muscles and affect your BP).
Blood Pressure of that level in the morning needs to be brought to a more even pattern which can be done,talk to your doctor about ways of evening out the morning spike,higher BP in the morning after waking up is normal,even a full bladder can have some effect, could I also say that please take a few minutes to relax before taking the BP or you can have what is known as white coat syndrome where you worry that it will be high to the point that it will be higher than it would be otherwise.