High Blood pressure is far more common than Low Blood pressure.
Blood Pressure has to remain higher than accepted normal for it to become a clinical condition. Temporary rise in blood pressure due to any reason is not a clinical condition.
People with family history of heart condition and/or raised blood pressure should take measures to reduce the extent of high blood pressure – unfortunately it cannot be completely avoided.
There are clinical thresholds for Blood Pressure after which your GP will introduce or modify your existing medicines to control high blood pressure.
The medicines keep a lid on pressure, it cannot be treated. In other words if you stop medicine your blood pressure will raise again.
This is very annoying however there are other steps you can take to control high blood pressure which could possibly reduce the medicines you have to take.
PersonalChemist.com can answer your questions about your blood pressure medicines as well as adding non-medicinal steps to stop further rise in your blood pressure.
You will have expert independent consultation, you will have an initial diagnosis, our Pharmacists will ask if you already have any medicines at the home so you do not need to buy anything unknowingly.
Where needed we will refer you to another healthcare professional and provide a referral note so you will not have to repeat everything again.
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