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Separate from the issue of sun sensitivity, there are so many choices of blood pressure medication that can be examined in order to make sure the...
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Many people take more than one different blood pressure medication in order to achieve control. These two medications work in different ways, so they...
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Hi, Eating way to much fast and junk foods, these have very high salt and sugars.And to many sodas also full of high sugars.To many pretzels again...
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Blood pressure is a measure of how hard your blood pushes against the walls of your arteries. If the force is too hard, you have high blood pressure...
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I would wait about ten minutes, then it should be just fine.  Just be sure to stop immediately if you start feeling light headed or dizzy. ...
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If your husband's work-based plan doesn't provide any coverage for prescription drugs it may not meet the standards under the law. I suggest you...
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Yes, but so can about a hundred other things, so it would be wise to seek a medical evaluation looking for other causes as well.
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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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Hi With HBP you need to exercise, so get out walking, but not just walking try brisk walking, this will work you heart, and get you blood pumping...
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There are several types of probiotics available over the counter. It is always important to inform your healthcare professional and your pharmacist...
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its ok as long as you dont put salt on it .
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Hi So your male or female? OK night sweats are a precursor for heart problemsNight sweats, also women get in there menopause.But night sweats and HBP...
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All medications carry some risk of side effects. Side effects of Toprol-XL include dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth, nausea, constipation, and...
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High blood pressure is not a usual symptom of menopause. However, it is reasonably common for high blood pressure to begin in your early 50's. So...
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If you are concerned about the medications you are taking, you should discuss it with your health-care professional. Medications approved by the FDA...