1 in 4 Canadian adults are living with diagnosed hypertension
ConsidraCare's compassionate caregivers are dedicated to provide comprehensive support for patients dealing with hypertension. Our caregivers are trained to assist with medication management, ensuring that prescribed medications are taken as directed to keep blood pressure in check.
They offer personalized care plans that include regular blood pressure care at home, creating a stable and comfortable environment for effective management. Caregivers also play a crucial role in promoting a heart-healthy lifestyle, assisting with dietary needs, and encouraging physical activities suitable for individuals with hypertension. With a focus on individualized attention and a deep understanding of the challenges associated with hypertension, ConsidraCare's caregivers strive to enhance the overall well-being of patients and contribute to a healthier and more fulfilling life.
Pulmonary hypertension cannot be reversed completely, however, there are methods and treatments to manage and reduce symptoms of hypertension.
High blood pressure can clog or rupture the arteries that carry blood and oxygen to the brain, resulting in a stroke. A stroke can lead to serious impairments in speech, mobility, and other everyday activities.
Prehypertension, also known as Stage I Hypertension, is an early indicator that high blood pressure may develop in the body. Systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure both often remain above 130 mmHg during stage-I hypertension.
Prolonged or untreated hypertension increases the risk of heart diseases, stroke, kidney or heart failure. Small changes in diet, lifestyle, and medication can help you manage blood pressure (120/90).