By David Blyweiss, M.D., Advanced Natural Wellness
December 13, 2017
- New guidelines might say you have high blood pressure
- Which blood pressure medication is best for you?
- Natural ways to lower your blood pressure
You may be shocked. You may think your doctor has given you an incorrect diagnosis. And you may go home with an entirely new prescription that you never expected to see in your health arsenal: blood pressure medication.
I’ll tell you right now. You are not alone. The guidelines for high blood pressure have changed.
Until last month, high blood pressure was defined as having a top number of 140 (systolic) and 90 on the bottom (diastolic). But the new parameters presented by numerous agencies, including the American Heart Association, the American College of Cardiology and other organizations changes all of that. Continue reading