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Patient Resources: Managing Your Blood Pressure

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The problem of heart disease is one of the biggest that we face today. Heart Disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Presentation, is the number one leading cause of death in the United States. One of the top contributors of Heart Disease in people is the problem of uncontrolled blood pressure. High or low blood pressure can cause undue problems with the heart, which can contribute to heart disease.

High blood pressure is a problem that affects nearly one-third of the population by the time they reach 45 years of age. This rate increase to nearly 60% of the population aged 60 and older having high blood pressure. Having high blood pressure remaining unchecked puts a strain on the working of the heart and could lead to stroke, heart attacks or other heart related problems.

However, with advancements in medicine, monitoring of a patients blood pressure is easier than ever, and if diagnosed with high or low blood pressure, many times people can control it with either a dietary change, the introduction of medicine or a combination of both. If the condition is diagnosed and treated early,

To help learn more about the dangers of uncontrolled blood pressure, we have collected a number of useful resources. Please feel free to return often and use it to remain in good, heart health.

Blood Pressure Definition

Blood Pressure Classifications

Blood Pressure Health Concerns

Prevention and Treatment

General Resources

We hope this article helps educate people about the dangers of both high and low blood pressure, and gives ideas on how to catch this at early stages. Please feel free to refer to this guide at any time!

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