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Ever try probiotics for your blood pressure?
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"About 20 percent of patients who are consistently hypertensive in their doctor’s office or clinic don’t have high blood pressure the rest of the day."
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Many patients whose pressure is high in their doctor’s office have normal readings the rest of the day.
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Do you self-monitor?  Why not?
Home blood pressure monitoring programs demonstrated superiority to usual care for keeping hypertension in check, a randomized controlled trial found. Led by Dr. David Magid from Kaiser Permanente Colorado, a team of researchers followed 348 hypertensive patients, half of whom used the American ...
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Grape seed extract?
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A few simple things might help to bring those important numbers in line.
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5 Natural Ways To Lower Blood Pressure
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Lowering blood pressure excessively with medications can be expensive and dangerous.
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Doctors continue to test at every visit partly because patients expect it.
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Consuming probiotics has a small but significant effect in lowering blood pressure, a large review of studies has found.
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Interesting reading:
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Would lower costs reduce your blood pressure?
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Making informed decisions about your care, with an eye on reducing costs. (Not medical advice.)
Introduction
High blood pressure (hypertension) can get expensive!
 
This page will help you find ways to reduce those costs.
  • Tips to save money
  • Helpful cost-saving articles that you would otherwise miss out on
  • Ways to help you make better-informed decisions about your care
  • Announcements of drug coupons/promotions as they come available
  • Less costly alternatives for (and reducing the need for) medications
  • Help from people like you who managed to reduce their expenses
This page focuses on high blood pressure (hypertension).
 
Physician-administered by Dr. Stephen Meyers (MedSavingsDoc).
 
There are similar cost-saving pages for most other medical conditions and situations.
 
 
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  1. Postings to this page are meant to be informative, not as medical advice. Only you and your health care provider can determine whether information found here is appropriate for your situation.
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