For most people, High Blood Pressure is not an unknown condition.
The chances are high that you know someone in your family, friend group, or community that has High Blood Pressure.
In fact, according to the NIH Medicine Plus, a publication by the National Institute of Health, 1 in 3 adults, or 65 million Americans alone suffer from High Blood Pressure or Hypertension alone.
And it’s only going up each year, with the number of deaths from high blood pressure going up nearly 11% from 2005 to 2015 according to the American Heart Association.
So what can you do if you are at risk for high blood pressure, or have it currently?
Should you change your eating habits?
Limit your salt intake?
In today’s infographic, we are going all in on high blood pressure, referencing all aspects of high blood pressure from the reasons that people develop high blood pressure, the breakdown of high blood pressure from age demographic, to the medications you can take to manage your high blood pressure.
65 million Americans alone suffer from High Blood Pressure of Hypertension alone.