Controlling blood pressure can save your life
When is the last time you had your blood pressure checked? One in three adults has high blood pressure, which is something that causes nearly 350-thousand deaths each year.
Suzanne Canfield says she has more energy to play with her grandson Oliver now that she’s found a way to control her high blood pressure.
“I was 30 pounds heavier, started feeling bad. I lost 30 pounds; I’ve been off the high blood pressure medication for a couple of years now.”
Doctors say high blood pressure is nothing to take lightly.
It can lead to heart attack, stroke and vision problems.
Know the signs.
Headaches, vision problems, a pounding in your chest head and ears and an unusual tired feeling can mean your blood pressure is out of control.
Doctor Joseph Saseen of the University of Colorado Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science says controlling blood pressure begins with your diet.
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