Let’s investigate the causes, and signs and symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Relieving the Pressure of Hypertension: Managing High Blood Pressure with Medication and Lifestyle Changes
Often, the first question after being diagnosed with hypertension is, “Do I have to take medication?” For some, lifestyle changes aren’t enough to treat high blood pressure. In that case, your provider may recommend medication.
Most people who are trying to lose weight focus on one thing: Weight loss. However, the keys to success are comprehensive: Setting a healthy calorie intake; eating a balanced diet; increasing activity levels; setting realistic goals; understanding your behavior patterns with food and activities; speaking with your healthcare provide; gaining support as needed; and never depriving yourself of the things you love. The old saying, ‘everything in moderation’ is true when you employ balance for weight loss and maintenance.
Reducing your risk of experiencing health conditions due to high blood pressure, it is imperative to be aware of your blood pressure, speak with your physician, and know the risks and causes.
Other Options for Healthy Living is the fifth in a blog series helping you to focus on making healthier choices and living a healthier life. Other options included medications and surgery.
Struggling with weight is nothing new, and if weight loss is achieved, many struggle to maintain it. With hectic schedules, convenient foods, genetics, and changes in your metabolism that accompany age, weight loss and maintenance can be a challenge.