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Monday, January 9, 2012

Hypertension 101 - Bisoprolol Side Effects Tips

By Ann Louise

Hypertension 101 - Bisoprolol Hypertension Treatment Side Effects Tips

List of typically prescribed medications for High Blood Pressure:

Diuretics are also known as "water pills", because these drugs avoid water retention. Diuretics function inside the kidneys and flushing out the excess sodium and water within the body to be excreted. 

Calcium channel blockers will avoid the calcium from entering into the muscle cells of the blood vessels and the heart. This can trigger the blood vessels to relax.

Beta-blockers support minimize the impulses of the nerve to the blood vessels and to the heart, thus making the heart beating slowly and with lesser force than before. This can make the blood pressure levels drop and the heart will work less.

ACE (Angiotensin Converting Enzyme) Inhibitors can prevent the formation of angiotensin II hormone which is responsible for the narrowing of the blood vessels. ACE inhibitors medications can cause the blood vessels to relax thus dilating its core and the blood pressure levels then go down.

Angiotensin antagonist medications can shield the blood vessels against angiotensin II. This will result into wider core of blood vessels and the blood pressure levels go down.

Alpha-blockers medications help decrease the impulses of nerves to the blood vessels, which then enables the blood to pass less complicated therefore causing the blood pressure levels to go down.

Alpha-beta blockers medications works the same as the alpha-blockers do. In addition, alpha-beta blockers can slow the heartbeat just like beta-blockers also do. Just like a combination of the 2 medications. It will result into lesser blood pumped in to the blood vessels and the blood pressure levels will eventually go down.

Vasodilator medications directly dilate or 'open' the blood vessels by relaxing the vessel walls. It will trigger blood pressure to go down.

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