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Hypertension is a chronc conidtion in the United States. Less than 50% of the people do anything to reduce the propblem. Do not think you can ignore the facts. You could be wrong, DEAD WRONG!

 

 
 
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Published:  January 02, 2012
 
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Slide 1: ==== ==== YOU COULD BE WRONG about hypertension, you could be DEAD WRONG! http://f02bd-522aswks2ixjmdietkrm.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ==== Hypertension 101 is another article in a series on high blood pressure. For a complete list of hypertension symptoms, see the article 'High Blood Pressure Symptoms.' A hypertension treatment is also covered in other articles in this series. Hypertension is the medical term used to describe high blood pressure. The two terms are often used interchangeably, but typically, the term 'high blood pressure' is used when referring to a blood pressure reading consistently above 140/90 mmHg. The term 'pre-hypertension' or 'prehypertensive' is used when the systolic (top number) reading is consistently between 120 and 139 or the diastolic (bottom number) reading is consistently between 80 and 89. Those in the prehypertension range are more likely to develop high blood pressure. Essential Hypertension When the underlying cause of high blood pressure is not determined, it is classified as 'essential hypertension.' It's also referred to as 'primary hypertension.' Of those patients with high blood pressure, 90-95 percent are diagnosed with essential hypertension. The medical expression, 'idiopathic' is also used to describe an illness without an obvious cause. Secondary Hypertension When the cause of hypertension is clearly identified or determined, it is diagnosed as secondary hypertension. This diagnosis can be the result of a number of health issues, including: Medication side effects Some types of cancers and tumors Kidney problems Pregnancy Pregnancy Hypertension Hypertension is a common medical problem experienced during pregnancy. This type of hypertension is classified into the four following categories: Chronic hypertension Preeclampsia-eclampsia Preeclampsia superimposed on chronic hypertension Gestational hypertension
Slide 2: The term 'gestational hypertension' has replaced the older term of 'pregnancy induced hypertension' and is a more accurate description. Preeclampsia and toxemia - disorders of gestational hypertension - are responsible for more than 76,000 maternal deaths and more than 500,000 infant deaths annually. Hypertension Statistics for the United States More than 56,000 people were killed by hypertension in the United States in 2006 One-in-three adults has hypertension (about 74.5 million people) In 2006, of those experiencing hypertension, 77.6% were aware of their condition, only 67.9% were being treated, more than 44% had it under control and over 55% didn't have it under control The death rate from hypertension between 1996 to 2006 increased 19.5% and the number of deaths went up 48.1% Patients taking a certain beta-blocker have a 51% greater chance to develop new onset diabetes compared to those taking a calcium channel blocker. Be sure to carefully consider the many adverse side effects when taking high blood pressure medications. Often one medication will cause severe and deadly side effects while trying to control a separate condition. Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) Statistics More than 2 million serious ADRs occur annually More than 106,000 deaths are caused annually from ADRs 350,000 ADRs occur among nursing home patients Mixing prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) drugs can be fatal. OTC drugs that contain alcohol and antihistamine slow the heart rate and suppress breathing, making them deadly when taken with a narcotic drug. If you suffer from hypertension, eliminating the causes should be your top priority. For everyone else, prevention should be the first concern. And the first step is learning how one tiny toxin that's found in many consumable items can affect your blood pressure and health. Eliminating it from your life will help you take control of both your blood pressure and your health. P.S. If you enjoyed reading this article, you can find more health related information at [http://HighBloodPressureEliminated.com] Ed McDaniel exposes the toxin that is the major cause of high blood pressure and many other health problems, a toxin that's been hidden for more than 50 years. He discovered how to eliminate his essential hypertension with simple lifestyle changes and a high blood pressure diet
Slide 3: that works. You can too. Learn more about these lifestyle changes and the hidden toxin and receive the free 62-page report, 7 Simple Steps to Slow the Aging Process And Live a Healthier and Longer Life! by visiting [http://HighBloodPressureEliminated.com] (c) Copyright - Ed McDaniel. All Rights Reserved Worldwide. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Ed_McDaniel ==== ==== YOU COULD BE WRONG about hypertension, you could be DEAD WRONG! http://f02bd-522aswks2ixjmdietkrm.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ====

   
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