From setback to comeback
If you haven't reached your blood pressure goal yet, you can still make it happen. Sometimes it takes a few tries to get there, and now is the perfect time to try again.
Get Back to It
If you’ve tried before, but struggled with your blood pressure plan, you’re not alone. Maybe you had trouble changing your diet, maybe it was medication side effects, or maybe life just got in the way. You can be proud of yourself for trying again. And your doctor would love to help. Make an appointment and share what is not working. Your health care provider can modify your plan so it works for you.
Mind Your Meds
Sometimes taking meds can be tough. Some people stop taking their prescriptions because they don’t feel any symptoms or because of unpleasant side effects. But medication can be one of the most effective ways to manage your blood pressure. If you have concerns, let your doctor know. They may be able to adjust your prescriptions and get you back on track.
Recipes for a healthy blood pressure range
We want to make it easy for you to follow a healthy diet, especially if you are dealing personally or with a loved one with high blood pressure. There are plenty of recipes to choose from to take the first step with a dish that includes ingredients you and your family and friends can enjoy, from seasonal to easy or one-dish options.
Stay on Track with Regular Checks
Want to take control of your blood pressure? Quick checks at home are a great place to start. Keeping tabs on your blood pressure can give you and your doctor valuable information. You’ll be able to see your fluctuations, how you progress over time and if something is off. By sharing your numbers with your doctor, they can help you modify your plan to fit your needs.
Talk to Your Doctor
To make sure that your plan really sticks, talk openly with your doctor. Make your next appointment today. And when you go in, share your difficulties and your struggles. They would love to help you be successful in lowering your numbers.
Medication and/or side effects
Getting enough exercise
Lack of support
Millions of people are successfully managing their blood pressure.
We’d love to send you some tips so you can make it happen too.