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Red wine and hypertension
You are confusing two separate issues: the health effect of moderate red wine consumption (one glass for women, two for men/day, also shown to decrease the risk of diabetes) with your condition, which is called pre-hypertension. It means you should review your other risks for developing heart disease to see what you can change in your life style. You can also do a cardiac risk assessment to check your cardaic health.
Hope this helps,
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