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High blood pressure medications exist to help people with hypertension get their blood pressure to a more acceptable level. At PocketPills, we provide a range of Blood Pressure Medications including Amlodipine, Candesartan, Atenolol, Aventyl, Carvedilol, etc. High blood pressure often goes hand in hand with other health problems like Kidney and Heart Disease.
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Medications used for hypertension can cause side effects. Mild side effects of high blood pressure medications include stomach upset, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, and headache. As one might expect, all medications that are used for high blood pressure can cause low blood pressure if used in too large of a dose.
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Frequently asked questions
What is high blood pressure?
Blood pressure is defined as the force of the blood flowing through your blood vessels. Although you may not experience symptoms, high blood pressure can be damaging to critical organs and may lead to life-threatening conditions such as heart failure, stroke and kidney disease.
What are the new blood pressure guidelines?
One of the main changes made to the blood pressure guidelines is the redefinition of what high blood pressure is. The new guidelines are as follows:
Normal—Less Than 120/80
High Blood Pressure (Stage 1)—130-139/80-89
High Blood Pressure (Stage 2)—140-180/90-120
Hypertensive Crisis—More Than 180/120*
why the change in blood pressure guidelines?
The change in blood pressure guidelines is due primarily to the study of the risks of high blood pressure in patients over time. Experts believe that these new guidelines, if followed correctly and consistently, will assist more patients in avoiding preventable conditions such as heart attack and stroke through proper management of blood pressure earlier than before.
what are the health risks associated with high blood pressure?
According to the American Heart Association, high blood pressure can cause a number of life-threatening conditions, including:
Kidney Disease or Failure
What do the numbers mean?
Blood pressure is measured using two numbers, written with one over the other. For example, 120/70 would be read as “one-twenty over seventy.” In this example, 120 refers to the pressure of your blood against blood vessels when the heart is actively pumping, while 70 refers to the pressure on your artery walls when your heart is at rest between beats.
What are some ways you can prevent or manage high blood pressure?
The best way to prevent or manage high blood pressure is through proper diet, regular exercise and consistent weight and stress management. Lowering your sodium intake through reducing your consumption of salt and processed foods, reducing your daily caffeine intake and establishing an effective and appropriate exercise routine are good places to start.
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