It’s normal for your blood pressure to go up and down throughout the day, but if it stays high, you may be at greater risk of a stroke or heart attack. Most people can’t feel high blood pressure (called hypertension), so it’s important to check it regularly. The good news is that there are many ways to treat high blood pressure. Losing weight (if needed), eating less sodium, exercising regularly, and limiting alcohol may be enough to get your blood pressure under control. If not, you might also need to take pills. Learn more about high blood pressure and how to treat it.
If you are struggling with high blood pressure, contact Dr. Jada Rhymes to discuss the support available for your heart health. We encourage you to call (706) 641-2080 to schedule an appointment at our primary care office in Columbus, GA!