Having blood pressure problems? If one medicine can't lower your blood pressure, your doctor may try combination treatment for hypertension.
Studies show that many people get better control of blood pressure with combination treatment than with one drug.
There are many medications that are used in combination to help control high blood pressure. The goal is clear: control hypertension and you can lower your risk of heart disease.
Monosodium glutamate, or MSG (often added to
Check your medicines. Sodium can be an ingredient in
Prescription medicines. Talk with your doctor about
whether the medicines you take contain salt.
Nonprescription medicines. Many medicines that you
can buy without a prescription contain sodium. Read the labels. If you are not
sure whether a medicine contains sodium, talk with a pharmacist. Be sure to
check with your doctor before taking any new nonprescription
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
February 23, 2011
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