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Receiving a diagnosis of hypertension can give you reason to worry for your health and wonder what it means for your future. After hearing the diagnosis, you may be left with a lot of questions, like “What is high blood pressure, and how does affect my daily life?” or “What caused this?” But the most prevalent question on your mind might be, “What should I do now?” It is important to your health to learn about this condition so that you can make the necessary changes in your lifestyle. Your doctor has probably reviewed the basic changes that you should make in your lifestyle, but you are probably still feeling somewhat overwhelmed as to where and how to start making these changes. You can start by asking yourself these seven basic questions. If you don’t know the answers, then work on finding the answers.


  1. What are the health risks of hypertension?
  2. What is my current blood pressure, and what should my blood pressure be?
  3. How much should I weigh?
  4. What type of diet should I follow?
  5. Should I be exercising, and if so, how much and what type?
  6. Should I be taking blood pressure medications, and what are the side effects of medication?
  7. How does stress affect hypertension?