Hypertension Drugs and the Side Effects
Blog / 10/26/2014

Hypertension Drugs and the Side Effects by Christian Goodman   I was about to doze off when I heard the words heart attack and stroke. This was matter of fact mentioned in conjunction with the advertisement for high blood pressure medicine. I regularly receive emails from people who are also desperate to avoid these side effects and others due to the medication. I am very familiar with the host of problems various drugs can bring. However, I never tire of researching it just the same. I am amazed all over again when reviewing the side effects of the various drugs people have mentioned. Remember, that high blood pressure is elevated usually above 140 over 90 or so. Heart attack and stroke can occur due to hypertension. Other vital organs can also be jeopardized such as the eyes, kidneys and brain. Additional problems can include blindness, sleeplessness and erectile dysfunction. One problem with hypertension though is that the symptoms may not be present or noticeable. Many people do experience some symptoms. Blurry vision, headaches and nausea are common. Measuring it is the only way to truly deduce that is is exists though. A single reading does not necessarily mean chronic condition…