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Instructed on some potential factors of hypertension (high blood pressure), such as: age, race and high sodium intake, among others.

Hypertension Teaching 512

Patient was instructed on hypertension. High blood pressure doesn

Hypertension Teaching 513

Patient was instructed on hypertension. Very high blood pressure can cause headache, vision problems, nausea and vomiting. It is called hypertensive crisis, which is blood pressure that rises very fast.

Hypertension Teaching 514

Patient was instructed on hypertension. It is possible to lower blood pressure by making healthy changes in the lifestyle. There are 6 lifestyle changes that can help to prevent this disease such as loosing extra weight, eating less salt, exercising, limiting alcohol drinks at 2 daily, getting potassium every day, following a diet rich in fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy products.

Hypertension Teaching 515

Patient was instructed on hypertension. Factors that are linked to high blood pressure include, aging, drinking more than 2 alcohol drinks a day, eating a lot of sodium (salt), being overweight or obese, having high cholesterol, being under a lot of stress.

Hypertension Teaching 516

Patient was instructed on hypertension. Blood pressure commonly rises as getting older, but this increase occurs more quickly in people who already have high blood pressure. Untreated hypertension can damage the delicate lining of the blood vessels.

Hypertension Teaching 274

Instructed patient about the importance of eating foods rich in calcium, protein and fiber to manage hypertension.

Hypertension Teaching 295

Instructed patient on measures to control hypertension, such as, control stress, decrease cholesterol and sodium in the diet, take medication exactly as prescribed, etc.

Hypertension Teaching 296

Instructed patient about high blood pressure and how it also increases the risk of developing kidney problems.

Hypertension Teaching 297

Instructed patient about blood pressure. How it should be checked every time when she/he goes to the doctor.