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Many people need medicine to control high blood pressure. Several effective blood pressure medicines are available. The most common types of blood...
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Well, the answer to your question is "yes and no."One of the symptoms of adrenal gland insufficiency can be orthostatic hypotension, which...
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Many people need medicine to control high blood pressure. Two groups of medications called ACE (angiotensin-converting enzyme) inhibitors and ARBs...
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Infections are known to cause blood pressure changes, so it would be possible that a severe sinus infection could do the same.
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Not really. Excedrin has aspirin and low-dose aspirin is recommended as an adjunct for older folks who may be at risk for cardiovascular disease or...
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yes pain can def. cause a rise in blood pressure.  I was told by my RA docs nurse that the more pain will cause more stress that leads to a...
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Maybe. It depends on how fragile the person with high blood pressure is at the time of taking this medication. Delsym contains dextromethorphan...
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It means as far as blood pressure and heart rate, you are in a normal range.  That's a good thing.  It means you don't have high...
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This Suggests Pre hypertension But Don't Worry Just Maintain or adopt a healthy lifestyle.
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Significant errors? Probably not, but the standard of care for taking a blood pressure indicates that the stethoscope have skin-to-skin contact. It...
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You're wise to check your own blood pressure regularly after being put on medication for high blood pressure. Doing this will help your health...
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You should see your primary care medical provider. An emergency room is really not the best place for the on-going management of hypertension (high...
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Most decaffeinated tea would be fine with blood pressure medication. Get a home blood pressure kit and monitor it, and you will see that you are...
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I cannot find any evidence showing that rapid weight loss causes blood pressure to rise.  In general, weight loss typically helps to reduce...
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Not necessarily....your medicines have successfully CONTROLLED your blood pressure to the point that it is now normal. If you stop those...