A better way to treat hypertension after it is diagnosed is by the use of drugs. Generally, the use of a single drug can regulate mild hypertension but more than one drug is required to regulate higher levels of BP. Below lists the most common used groups of drugs for the control of hypertension in addition to their side effects:
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A stroke is like a heart attack except that brain is affected. It cuts off blood supply to important cells which die.
The stroke patient suffers the symptoms as follows which depends on:-
– How big is the affected area – it may be so small that the patient may not be aware that a stroke has happened when it is too small to be discovered or death will occur when it is so large.
– Where it is affected.
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Hypertension is caused by most kidney diseases because normal blood volume and electrolyte balance are sustained by the kidney. The kidney also regulates blood volume and contractility of blood vessels. Thus, if someone contracted any kidney disease which causes these processes to be not in proper order, then he or she will develop high blood pressure. But this cause of high blood pressure can be cured by surgery. For this case, it is crucial to examine the patients’ kidneys in connection with hypertension, particularly when they are not more than 50 years old.
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