Understand and Prevent Health Complications from Hypertension

Poorly controlled high blood pressure can affect your brain, kidneys and eyes, as well as your blood vessels and heart.

Getting your high blood pressure under control can do much more than ease the strain on your heart and blood vessels. By not managing hypertension, you run the risk of heart failure, heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, as well as problems related to vision and brain function. Unfortunately, many people with high blood pressure are unaware of the many potential health complications that can stem from their condition. Hypertension is generally referred to as the silent…
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