High Blood Pressure Control

About 85 million Americans (1 in 3 adults over age 20) have high blood pressure, but only half of those individuals have their condition under control. Uncontrolled high blood pressure can lead to heart failure, heart attack, stroke, vision loss, kidney disease, and even death. However, people with high blood pressure can create a treatment plan with their doctor that can help reduce their risk for heart attack, stroke, and other related health issues. While most people know their blood pressure numbers, many don’t follow their high blood pressure treatment plan because they feel fine and don’t notice any symptoms. Their numbers are not tangible or urgent. The campaign encourages people to talk with their doctor to create or evolve a treatment plan and visit LowerYourHBP.org to learn more about high blood pressure.

Sponsor: American Heart Association, American Medical Association, American Stroke Association

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