I'm sorry that I put the "bowing down" - as I can see how that could offend you. Just know that offense was not my intent.
No hard feelings.
As to your current question, what is your blood pressure normally, and what has it risen to? Some fluctuation is normal, even as you change position from standing to laying down.
Did you take it yourself, have it done at the doctors office, or by one of those automated machines in a store? Was it one high reading or did you have several? Accuracy of methods can vary, so if it wasn't checked in a professional setting, consider that as a first step, if you are concerned.
Also consider any unusual stress or activity around the time it was taken, and any medications you started or stopped taking, including over the counter ones like aspirin and cold medicines.
The "quick" fixes usually involve limiting your sodium, caffeine and alcohol intake, which can have noticeable results in just a few days. Remember that processed foods and prepared meals have very high sodium levels.
Longterm the recommendations usually include limiting tobacco (in all forms), weightloss if necessary, regular exercise, a healthy, balanced diet, and stress reduction.