SmarterMeds pharmacist Aaron Emmel provides commentary on new studies suggesting that it may be better to take some blood pressure medications at bedtime. Question by Andrew: How to stop taking high blood pressure medication? Without killing yourself!? My grandmother takes high blood pressure medication, and is ready to stop taking it. Her blood pressure has dropped, and we found multiple ways to keep it down naturally, from a homeopathic doctor, and ourselves. What I want to know, is how can she stop taking the medication. I know it has to be done slowly and gradually,… Read Article →

Arterial radius plays a major role in determining how much resistance to blood flow occurs throughout the arteries. In this video, I compare and contrast two… Question by Austin: Would you expect the blood pressure to be greater in your arteries or in your veins? Would you expect the blood pressure to be greater in your arteries or in your veins? Explain why. Best answer: Answer by Benjaminarteries because they are being pushed out by your heart. at the veins its much further from the heart so pressure is lower. Give your answer to this… Read Article →

Tayata Om Bekanze Bekanze Maha BeKanze Radza Samudgate Soha. Question by *Pumpkinpiespice*: is it ok to take Advil and heart burn medicine? I took a heart burn medicine at 8am this morning and then I took to Advil at 3pm, is that bad, can I overdose from those mixtures? I thought it would be safe but I feel like I need to double check. Best answer: Answer by JenniferI think you’ll be fine, considering how far apart you spaced them. Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

The frequencies encoded along with the subliminal and supraliminal progamming in this video uses two methods to control your heart and blood pressure, Beta-B… Question by Lindsey: Why is my blood pressure decreasing? My normal blood pressure is always 119-125/75. 1 month ago, I went to the doctors and it was 115/75. Not bad. 2 weeks ago it was 110/70, still okay. Yesterday it was 88/69. Now I’m starting to worry. My doctor didn’t say anything, just looked really puzzled. I’m 17, turning 18 this year. It’s not my general doctor, but my neurologist’s assistant… Read Article →

Educational video for medical students Visit my website Video Rating: 5 / 5 Question by Ducas: How do you measure systolic blood pressure? I know the procedure of measuring blood pressure. My question is: what counts as the tapping noise that you listen for as you release pressure in the arm cuff? Does it have to be loud and clear? I get some very faint taps around 140. Sometimes I hear four or five taps, then they will go away and a regular, clearly audible tapping begins when I get around 125. So should… Read Article →

A close collaboration between Hybrid, Experts in Health and Distant Object Productions resulted in a comprehensive educational DVD for patients and healthcar… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Question by EthanMN: What are some effective high blood pressure medications? I have untreated high blood pressure (usually around 144/99). I am taking my blood pressure each day to monitor the situation and establish what level I am at. I know I need to go on medication, but I want a medication that will have few side effects. I am particularly concerned about sexual side effects and I… Read Article → More and more researchers and scientists are recognizing the advantages of using natural remedies for high blood pressure. … Video Rating: 4 / 5 Question by Ihezue s: Is there a permanent cure for high blood pressure? Is there drugs or food that can cure high blood pressure permanently? Best answer: Answer by gretchusually diet and exercise can do it. unless you are just one of the unlucky ones who got it from genetics. then you need medication for the rest of your life. for example lisinopril and hydrochlorothiazide. but you should really reduce… Read Article →

Learn how your diet can help you control your blood pressure. Related Videos: What is High Blood Pressure? (Part 1 of 4) | HealthiNation youtube.c… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Question by John C: What type of high blood pressure medication would be best to combine with a low dosage of beta blocker? I recently started taking medication for high blood pressure. My doctor prescribed a beta blocker and a diuretic. However, I am not tolerating the diuretic and was wondering what other types of medication would be effective in a combined therapy with a… Read Article →

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