Ask your pharmacist!! In studies, patients who received Medication Therapy Management services from a pharmacist were more likely to take fewer and more beneficial medications and be more in control than those only being followed by a doctor.
First of all, what is high blood pressure? Blood pressure refers to the force of blood pushing against artery walls as it courses through the body. Like air in a tire or water in a hose, blood fills arteries to a certain capacity. Just as too much air pressure can damage a tire or too much water pushing through a garden hose can damage the hose, high blood pressure can threaten healthy arteries and lead to life-threatening conditions such as heart disease and stroke, according to WebMD.
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