HBP 001- High Blood Pressure Prevention and Treatment intro

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This is the first of a series of videos on the Prevention and Treatment of High Blood Pressure (Hypertension). The aim of these videos is to improve your understanding about Hypertension to help you become more successful at treating this disease. Most topics related Hypertension will be covered in details including causes, damages, symptoms, and consequences. You are also invited to join our discussions at the Prevention and Treatment Health Support Network or pthealthsupportnetwork.com, where people with the same medical conditions like Hypertension can come together and discuss/provide support to one another.

High Blood Pressure Chopstick Summary. Imagine that your High Blood Pressure is a bunch of chopsticks where each chopstick represent a problem related to High Blood Pressure. To fix your High Blood Pressure you have to somehow break the whole bunch of chopstick in half. It is impossible to break the whole bunch of chopstick at once, but it will be a lot easier if you split the chopsticks out and try to break them one by one. The High Blood Pressure Chopstick summary is divided in to 4 groups including Causes, Damages, Symptoms, and Consequences.

Causes: include any thing that cause your High Blood pressure or make it worse. When you treat the cause you are working on a cure.

Damages: include any physical damages or injuries that you may have due to High Blood Pressure. When you treat the damages, you would slow down the progression of the disease.

Symptoms: include any symptoms or difficulties that you may have. When you treat the symptoms you are working on decreasing the suffering.

Consequences: predict the possible consequences that could happen to you due to High Blood Pressure so that you can avoid them.

Please also see our other videos on High Blood Pressure. 67 videos related to this topic has been uploaded on this channel.

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