When Blood Pressure Medication is Not Enough New Health Medical Center

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High blood pressure is a common medical condition affecting young, middle-aged and elderly adults. When it is not controlled, disabling or fatal strokes can be the result. Although blood pressure medication does usually control this problem, it is not uncommon for the symptom to remain uncontrolled even on high doses of the prescribed medication.

At the same time, such medications are known to have serious side-effects, including cough, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, headaches, nervous irritability, diarrhea or constipation. Fortunately, there are traditional botanical formulas that can adequately control particularly borderline or mild cases of high blood pressure without side-effects. Other evidence-based natural approaches include acupuncture and biofeedback training to learn an automatic relaxation response that can be more effective than some drugs.

For more information and to make an appointment for an initial consultation, call New Health Medical Center at 425-775-6001