Ass. I’m only 30 years old, already 3 years ago I have magh, high stomach acid .. After 6 times to the doctor, 1 time to the hospital, it didn’t work, then I added herbal medicine (herbal medicine) together with high school. After a few days I immediately had high blood pressure, my blood pressure was 150/90, then I got blood pressure, amlodipine besylate for the next 6 days, the problem is what if I drink blood pressure for 2 days when I have dropped or have I continued to drink the tension, or stop aj? And what from now on and after that if I already have high blood pressure, won’t I get it again? nThank you. Wass
Hypertension or high blood pressure is a condition in which the body's blood pressure is> 130/80 mmHg. Blood pressure checks are usually carried out at least twice, to avoid the possibility of an increase in blood pressure due to anxiety, fear of being checked, or when the patient is feeling pain. Most people with high blood pressure do not experience any symptoms, so they never get checked out and get treatment. Symptoms that can be felt by people with high blood pressure are:
Headache Heart palpitations Blurred vision Shortness of breath Body weakness Nosebleeds Based on the causes of hypertension can be divided into 2, namely:
Primary hypertension. Hypertension with no known exact cause. Secondary hypertension. Hypertension that arises due to other diseases / conditions such as kidney disease, thyroid disease, pregnancy, blood vessel disorders, consumption of certain drugs, and so on. In conditions where hypertension arises due to other diseases, if the disease is eliminated, the blood pressure will return to normal (no longer hypertension). Several risk factors that increase the incidence of hypertension, namely age, heredity, obesity, smoking, lack of activity, eating lots of salt. Hypertension that is known to be immediately treated can be treated with a combination of the following:
Healthy lifestyles. Low-salt food, accompanied by regular exercise. Avoid the risk factors that have been mentioned above. Antihypertensive drugs. There are various types of antihypertensive drugs that can be used, for example the ACE inhibitors, diuretics, Ca channel blockers, beta blockers, etc. The use of this drug must be based on the doctor's instructions. Dosage adjustments, drug combinations, and discontinuation of the use of antihypertensive drugs are carried out after the doctor re-checks the patient and adjusts to the target blood pressure. Even though blood pressure is normal, the continued use of antihypertensive drugs is aimed at controlling blood pressure to keep it normal, preventing remodeling (changes in structure) of the heart, etc. If you don't treat it, hypertension will lead to complications such as stroke, heart disease, kidney failure, vision problems, etc. To consult further about hypertension, you can see a specialist in internal medicine. Usually the doctor will take blood pressure measurements, perform a physical examination, and ask for other supporting examinations such as electrocardiography, blood cholesterol, kidney function, and others if needed.
You can do hypertension prevention yourself by:
Eat foods low in fat, high in fiber, limit salt intake. Get regular exercise. Avoid smoking and drinking alcoholic beverages. Maintain ideal body weight. Avoid drinking herbs / potions / drugs carelessly that we don't know exactly what they contain. Hopefully the explanation above is useful.
Dr. Saphira Evani