Research and Advancements in Hypertension Treatment

Treatment of high blood pressure is an extended approach which includes medication, diet changes, and physical exercise. High blood pressure is dangerous to health as it leads to heart attack, stroke, heart failure, or kidney disease. As there are rarely any specific symptoms involved, generally it is not identifiable until proper medical diagnosis done by a physician or catastrophic complication such as stroke or heart attack exhibited due to hypertension. It is essential for people above 40 years of age to have a proper diagnosis by blood pressure measurements on monthly basis. Several causes such as diabetes, obesity, kidney disease, aging, etc. are associated with hypertension. Kidney diseases are the leading cause of secondary hypertension and also lead to secondary hypertension in children and adolescents passed from their mother during the time of pregnancy. A hypertension treatment aims at lowering high blood pressure thereby reducing the occurrence of stroke, heart attack, and heart failure and protecting important organs such as the brain, heart, and kidneys from damage.

 

A hypertension treatment aims at lowering high blood pressure thereby reducing the occurrence of stroke, heart attack, and heart failure and protecting important organs such as the brain, heart, and kidneys from damage.

 

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