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|Guidance ID||NICE 'do not do' recommendation||Interventions|
|CG127||Relaxation therapies can reduce blood pressure and people may wish to pursue these as part of their treatment. However, routine provision by primary care teams is not currently recommended.||Relaxation Therapies|
|CG127||Do not offer calcium, magnesium or potassium supplements as a method for reducing blood pressure.||Calcium, Magnesium or Potassium Supplements|
|CG127||Beta-blockers are not a preferred initial therapy for hypertension. However, beta-blockers may be considered in younger people, particularly: -those with an intolerance or contraindication to ACE inhibitors and angiotensin II receptor antagonists or -women of child-bearing potential or -people with evidence of increased sympathetic drive.||Beta-blockers|
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