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How Are You Doing With Your BP Meds?

What are some possible side effects that blood pressure medications can have? What are you experiencing?  

Treating High Blood Pressure:
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When Do You Take Your Blood Pressure Medications?

When you take your blood pressure medications may be even more important than what you take. Certain medications may be more beneficial taken nightly.

Why Everyone Should Have Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring Done

It is my opinion that if you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, then ambulatory blood pressure monitoring should be part of the evaluation.

Eating Right When Eating Out

This post provides with you guidance and tools to help you plan the the most delicious and nutritious meal possible when eating out.

What Does Essential Hypertension Really Mean?

The term "Essential Hypertension" is a misnomer that promotes the idea that hypertension is "fundamental." Nothing could be further form the truth.

How Do You Handle Road Rage?

Road rage is "white coat hypertension" outside of the doctor's office. How you react when driving can affect your blood pressure and overall health.

How High Blood Pressure Medications Can Affect Your Sex Life

Blood Pressure lowering medications can have many significant side effects, including effects on your sexual desire and sexual performance.

Five Ways Alcohol Consumption Can Raise Your Blood Pressure

Consuming more than a moderate amount of alcohol can increase your blood pressure in several ways. What's considered moderate? A drink a day tops.

What Has Happened to Prehypertension and Prediabetes?

Where have prehypertension and prediabetes gone? With the new blood pressure guidelines the word "pre" has been all but forgotten.

Five Best Exercise Options If Severe Pain Disability is Present

Even if severe pain and disability is present, it may still be possible to develop a personalized exercise program to meet your needs.

Reviewing The Safety Profile of Angiotensin Receptor Blockers (ARBs)

The commonly prescribed medication class Angiotensin Receptor Blockers (ARBs) are not associated with an increased risk of cancer.

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