Risks of Prolonged High Blood Pressure
If high blood pressure is left without being treated, it can result in more severe health conditions such as heart attack, stroke, and kidney disease. You should get your blood pressure checked regularly.
Your normal blood pressure will depend on your age, and it can be considered high if it is over 130-145/80 mm Hg. If you do have high blood pressure, you should consult with your doctor on the best ways to reduce it.
As well as the steps outlined above, your treatment could include lifestyle changes, medication, therapies, or a combination of these.
By making simple changes to your lifestyle and following each of the seven steps laid out above, you could lower your blood pressure by 4-5 mm Hg with each measure.We hope you have success in lowering your blood pressure, improving your health, and leading to a better quality of life.