I have been diagnosed with hypertension in 2013 in Poland and put on tablets however I live in the UK and my doctor here did not want to hear that this was needed. I guess I had some stress in my life in that time. The Polish doctor prescribed me the blood pressure tablets called Lorista or Losartan, a very low dose. Over the last 5 years I was on that tables. I monitor my blood pressure regularly and I always have perfect results 80/120. I visit my Polish doctor twice a year and always ask him if there are any possibilities to stop the tablets. Is anything I could do to stop the tables? I told him that I feel really good and healthy. He said I should still take it and did not suggest any alternative way. I then went to visit a different doctor in my surgery in the UK when I regularly do blood test etc. I mentioned that since 2017 I run and exercise regularly (I run 500 km over last 2 years). After reviewing my blood pressure results he confirmed to that I can stop taking the tables straight away. So since April 2018 I do not take Lorista any more and I feel ok, I am very active and 80% of my diet based on plant. This year my goal was to run a minimum 5 km in every single run. I also did 10km street/city run last year and this year. I read books about hypertension and Educated myself on this topic. I hope I did the right thing.