Research into high blood pressure and the elderly is casting doubt on the assumption that hypertension should always be controlled by medication. Specifically, researchers are finding that high blood pressure may have some benefits for the elderly, and that high blood pressure medications may have some serious costs. So what’s really going on?
The two main methods of high blood pressure control are prescription medications and natural approaches. This article examines their merits and drawbacks.
You don’t have to spend too much time searching the web to find dire warnings about hypertension “the silent killer” urging you to run to your doctors and start a lifelong enslavement to the pharmaceutical industry. But drug-based hypertension treatments may not be as effective as they seem and there are other treatment options.
There are many negative side effects that can be experienced from taking common and much prescribed high blood pressure medications. Makes you wonder if there isn’t a better way to reduce blood pressure. Well there is!
It doesn’t mater what kind of treatment for hypertension you undergo – there are risks involved. Make your decisions based on the facts.
Excuse my cynicism but the more I examine the fine print in the goings on of the medical establishment (and the world in general) the more suspicious and cynical I become.