High Blood Pressure
Arterial hypertension is a syndrome of increased arterial pressure which in 90-95% of cases of essential arterial hypertension and in other cases there may be diagnosed over underlying conditions. Essential hypertension is a multi-factor disease in the core of which lies increased activity of biological mechanisms which cause the constriction of arteries. The disease is manifested by a chronic increase of systolic and diastolic pressure and can be diagnosed in 15-45% of human population.
If essential hypertension is not treated properly it may lead to a hypertonic crysis which manifests in disorders of cardiac and cerebral blood flow:
- Increased arterial pressure from 140/90 to 260/120
- Labored breathing
- Neurological problems
If not treated correctly the disorder may lead to lung and cerebral swelling. The condition may be treated and in a large number of cases people are able to manage their hypertension and avoid complications of the disorder.
There are 2 types of approaches to the treatment, one consists in healthy diet, exercise, smoking discontinuation and the second maintenance by the use of different drugs. If those two approaches are combined then hypertension may turn out to be a very treatable disorder.
Currently there is a large number of drugs on our site which are used for the treatment of the condition. If you have any questions regarding them please do not hesitate to consult our professional customer support.