This study aims to determine the effectiveness of Isometric Handgrip Exercise and Slow Respiratory Respiratory Exercise. Quasi Experimental Research design with research design Two Group Pretest Postest Design on 32 respondents. The results showed that there was systolic and diastolic after Handgrip Isometric Exercise intervention (t = 8,279, p = 0,000), (t = 6,154, p = 0,000), and the importance was done after Slow Deep Slow Deep Respiratory Exercise (t = 3,632 , p = 0.002), (t = 4.226, p = 0.001). Thus, it can be concluded that good or slow isometric exercise exercises in breathing exercises can reduce blood pressure. The results of the study were handgrip isometric training and slow slow breathing exercises as nursing interventions that can be carried out independently in providing nursing care for patients with hypertension.