Resistant Hypertension: Difficult To Treat High Blood Pressure

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Are you someone with blood pressure? Are you aware that an unattended rise in blood pressure  would cause severe health risks? What happens when blood pressure increases incessantly?

High blood pressure is that silent killer quietly damages blood vessels and leads to serious health problems. Making lifestyle changes and taking prescribed medications as directed can improve  your quality of life and lower your risk of cardio disease, stroke, and other chronic diseases.

Is the range of your Blood Pressure healthy or unhealthy? Getting your blood pressure checked  is the best method to find out.

Resistant hypertension is when your blood pressure remains high or uncontrolled despite  medication. Hypertension is a significant health problem in and of itself. It’s even more frustrating  when taking multiple medicines but still doesn’t feel better. As people with long-term, hard-to treat conditions are more likely to have a stroke, kidney disease, or cardio failure than people  whose high blood pressure is under control; this makes sense.

If you are a person with resistant hypertension:

∙ Although if you take three blood pressure-lowering medicines, including a diuretic, your  blood pressure stays high (above 130/80 mmHg) (water pill).

∙ ‘You take four or more medicines to control your high blood pressure.

Also, you need to be aware of the underlying condition that causes an increase in high blood  pressure.

Who is prone to resistant hypertension?

People are likely to have resistant hypertension if they are among the following:

1. Old age

2. Have chronic kidney disease

3. Have diabetes

How do doctors typically investigate secondary causes such as:

∙ The disturbances in the hormones that affect blood pressure

∙ As the artery clogs plaque in blood vessels that nourish the kidneys, it leads to-Renal  Artery stenosis

∙ Obesity, excessive alcohol use, or other drugs that affect blood pressure.

Here’s how to monitor and treatment of resistant hypertension

Understanding your pressure patterns is an excellent start when controlling blood pressure. This  may entail using an at-home monitor multiple times or wearing a pager-sized automated blood  pressure recorder for a full day.

Mievida’s Mi Heart-B7 Blood Pressure Monitor uses sophisticated pressure technologies to  deliver precise measurements and outcomes. It supports dual-user mode with the memory of up  to 192 readings per user and detects your blood pressure and pulse rate with only one click.

∙ Suitable arm circumference with cuff: 23 to 33 cm. It takes your blood pressure and then  compares the results to WHO (World Health Organization) guidelines.

∙ One of a kind in the market, the Mievida Mi Heart-B7 blood pressure monitoring device  features a large HD Display and three different illumination colours. The digital blood  pressure monitor will satisfy your requirements, guaranteed.

∙ Here’s how to use it:

∙ Warp the cuff properly for accurate reading & sit straight on the chair ∙ Ensure the cuffs are 1-2 cm from the arms fold area.

∙ The Cuff pipe must be placed as picturized on the cuff.

∙ Click start to keep a tab on your heart rate. When the battery is low, you may still use the  bp digital monitor thanks to the USB power port.

∙ The features include:

∙ Dual user profile

∙ Smart pressure detector

∙ Body movement detector

∙ Memory per user

∙ Record readings with date & time

∙ Micro USB powered.

You could also alter your lifestyle by changing or adding medications and investigating secondary  causes-

∙ Eat a well-balanced, low-on-salt diet

∙ Limit your intake of Alcohol

∙ Try to maintain a healthy diet

∙ Effectively manage stress

∙ Start taking medications properly.

Blood pressure is an indicator of a person’s heart health. If the pressure is too high, it can lead to  serious health complications resulting in death.

Even if a person cannot avoid blood pressure cannot be avoided, a person can lessen their chance  of problems by controlling their lifestyle and reducing their risk of high blood pressure.

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