The Right Time To Take Hypertension Medication?
I have hypertension, and amlodipine. Is it true that amplodipine is taken every day at the same time (still)?
hello .. thanks for the question ..
hypertension is a condition where a person experiences increased / high blood pressure that is above or equal to 130/80 mmHg. the occurrence of hypertension can be influenced by age, overweight, heredity, high salt foods, lack of exercise, and also smoking. if you suffer from hypertension can also cause various diseases such as heart disease, kidney disease, and stroke. symptoms that often appear in a state of hypertension are headaches and can interfere with vision, shortness of breath, chest pain, and weakness. the treatment of hypertension can be given hypertension medication in the form of food medication / pills which are usually given in the long term like the amlodipine pbat you mean. Amlodipine is usually taken once a day at a dose according to your circumstances and is recommended at the same time. the purpose of taking the drug at the same time is to make the drug work more effectively and also to make it easier for you to always remember to consume it every day so that it is scheduled. in taking these drugs must be in accordance with doctor's recommendations, so that if you have treated with your doctor, I recommend keeping control routinely so that your hypertension is controlled / monitored so that the doctor in charge of you can determine treatment (including the need to reduce / increase the dose of medication or when to stop taking drugs or using other additional drugs) that is right for you, of course, with a doctor doing a direct examination of both physical examination, blood pressure, heart rate, or blood tests. the thing you need to do is take your medication regularly and control regularly, reduce foods that are high in salt and fast food, avoid smoking and drinking alcohol, moderate exercise regularly, get enough rest.
that's all .. hopefully can help ..