10 Ways to Manage Your Blood Pressure
If you have high blood pressure, it means the force of your flowing blood against vessel walls is consistently high. This can put stress on your heart and damage your arteries in the process, leading to a buildup of plaque, which narrows your arteries even further. A clot or blockage can result and prevent oxygenated blood from reaching your heart, causing a heart attack. Right now, nearly 50 percent of Americans have high blood pressure. Get your blood pressure screened regularly and use these tips to keep your numbers in check.
Lifestyle Changes to Lower Your Blood Pressure
Schedule an appointment with a Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Group primary care physician or cardiologist to check your heart health stats. He or she can help you manage your blood pressure and take control of your health.