Hypertension Treatment

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ramprasad Says:


how long can we use this drug for treating hypertension



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David Says:

I'm no doctor, but I am aware that with any of these prescription drugs, you will have to eventually cycle off of them for roughly a week after long term use to avoid building up a tolerance.

May I suggest looking into some natural alternatives that don't have side effects or a need to cycle on and off? Try checking out certain 100% pure therapeutic grade Essential Oils. I personally used to have hypertension pretty bad, with doctors always surprised to see such high numbers; but over the past year I've been using some of these oils and changed my diet substantially and have normal blood pressure. Just wanted to offer my opinion and hope it may be of use.

Please post back if you have any questions or comments about this.

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