Firstly I am not medically qualified:
I'd visit my doctor or my practitioner nurse there maybe some underlying cause that needs attention. Check to see you don't have a fatty liver, and your kidney function.
According to Practitioner Nurse Copied Verbatim & Dr Google
Diseased liver can cause portal hypertension, which is high blood pressure in the portal vein. The portal vein supplies the liver with blood. Over time, this pressure causes blood vessels to grow, called collateral blood vessels. These vessels act as channels to divert the blood under high pressure.
If signs and symptoms of liver disease do occur, they may include:
Skin and eyes that appear yellowish (jaundice)
Abdominal pain and swelling.
Swelling in the legs and ankles.
Dark urine color.
Pale stool color.
Nausea or vomiting.
Diseased kidneys are less able to help regulate blood pressure. As a result, blood pressure increases. If you have CKD, high blood pressure makes it more likely that your kidney disease will get worse and you will have heart problems.
How do I know if my kidneys are causing high blood pressure?
Edema in your legs, feet, ankles, hands, or face. Swelling, or edema, can occur because damaged kidneys are unable to get rid of extra fluid and salt in the body. ...
Muscle cramping. ...
A lack of appetite. ...
Nausea and vomiting. ...
Headaches and an inability to focus. ...
Higher blood pressure. ...
Peeing more. ...
Drowsiness and sleep problems.
Suggestion if you find yourself overweight do gentle exercise. In addition make lots of micromovements like going to put a book in the bookcase. Getting up and stretching and going walks. Go on a diet be kind to yourself have one treat a day.