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High Blood Pressure: Common Causes And When To See A Doctor

Find answers to commonly asked questions about high blood pressure.

What is High Blood Pressure?

High blood pressure is a common condition. The condition is the long-term force of the blood against your artery walls. It will eventually cause health problems, such as heart disease.

High Blood Pressure Facts: 

High blood pressure is a complaint among people irrespective of their age. People can develop high blood pressure at any age. It is however much more common as you get older.


There can be various reasons for the development of high blood pressure and determining the exact cause is essential to obtain proper treatment.


  • Approximately 7 out of 10 people that have their first heart attack have high blood pressure

  • 8 out 10 people who have their first stroke have high blood pressure

  • Approximately 7 out of 10 people with chronic heart failure have high blood pressure

  • Those with high blood pressure are also at serious risk of kidney disease

Doctor Matters recommends Blood Pressure Support which is a natural blood pressure supplement formulated to maintain cardiovascular health, while supporting blood pressure levels already in the normal range.


The exotic featured ingredients of Hibiscus, Olive Leaf and Hawthorn, are all attractive and bring evidenced blood pressure support, antioxidant properties and a history of traditional use. In the health media you can find relatively strong blood pressure claims about them, especially Hibiscus and Olive Leaf. For those customers that are looking for garlic, vitamin B12, folate, and vitamin B6, all these ingredients are well represented too.

Benefits of Blood Pressure Support:

  • Maintains cardiovascular and blood health;

  • Supports a healthy heart and circulatory system;

  • Supports healthy blood pressure within the normal range.

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