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High Blood Pressure

Also called: Hypertension

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To prevent high blood pressure, first consider your diet. A healthy diet can go a long way toward preventing high blood pressure. Trying following...
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A healthy diet, such as the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension diet, is very effective at lowering high blood pressure. The DASH diet calls for...
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My best answer is: You should not discontinue simvastatin without consulting your physician.A stress test alone cannot tell you there is "no...
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Although consuming a moderate amount of alcohol can have some potential health benefits, drinking too much alcohol can raise your blood pressure. A...
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The three OTC pain relievers available are acetaminophen, ibuprofen, and naproxen. None of these interacts with amlodipine. So any of them would be...
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Two forms of high blood pressure have been described: essential (or primary) hypertension and secondary hypertension. Essential hypertension is a far...
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You can prevent high blood pressure by: Maintaining a healthy weight. Getting regular exercise. Reducing salt intake.Drinking alcohol in...
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Caffeine can increase the blood pressure, but the effect usually only lasts for a short time. Experts have yet to make a strong link between caffeine...
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No. It is unlikely to cause significant harm. You may notice some dizziness due to extra low blood pressure, though.
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WebMD has a list of supplements that may help with blood pressure including calcium, coenzyme Q, fish oil and garlic.  But research shows that...
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Well, those lab results are a little high. Keyword: little. They're not off the charts, by any means.The normal reference range for BUN (blood...
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I would strongly suggest you consult your primary health care provider before you start taking Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) with a blood pressure medication...
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Most antihistamines are safe to use with medications for high blood pressure. But I would avoid the ones that also contain a decongestant, as these...
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Blood pumping through the circulatory system is under pressure, much like the water in the pipes of a house. And just as too much water pressure can...
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A BP of 165/95 is still too high and it puts you at risk. While some people can tolerate higher pressures than others, that does not make it...
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