High Blood pressure. It is called the silent killer, because it has no warning signs or symptoms – until a stroke or heart attack occurs. Yet, one in 3 American adults has it and only slightly over half have it under control.
What is more? Millions of people have high blood pressure and do not even know it.
Fortunately, high blood pressure is easy to detect and there are even proven ways to bring it under control with medications.
This silent killer can be disarmed by:
1. Avoid drugs that can increase blood pressure.
2. Confirm if your blood pressure medications are still working in your system.
3. Checking blood pressure regularly.
4. Taking diets that help lower B.P
Controlling blood pressure (B.P) helps lower the risk of heart disease, stroke, and dementia