A Multi Talented Blood Pressure Medicine

By Isabel Rawlings

What is Coversyl?
Your doctor may have diagnosed you as having high blood pressure or hypertension. He or she has prescribed Coversyl to try and reverse this.

Your blood pressure is a measure of the fitness of your heart and the condition of your blood vessels. When your blood pressure reading remains high, there is cause to be concerned.
Because although you may feel perfectly fine, your body cannot sustain high blood pressure indefinitely. Something will have to give. It may be your blood vessels, it may be your heart. What you will experience will be strokes, heart attacks, heart failure, or kidney failure..

Enter Coversyl ...
Coversyl cleverly prevents your blood vessels from squeezing as tight as normal and becoming narrow. Result? More relaxed, more floppy, wider blood vessels which in turn results in reduced blood pressure. That's how Coversyl treats high blood pressure.

When blood pressure is lower, your heart doesn't have to push as hard to move blood around your body. That's why Coversyl is also used for heart failure, and after a heart attack

To literally take pressure of your heart, try and prevent recurrences, and help you live longer.

It's very important that you know this ... You must not take Coversyl if:
  • You are allergic to any of its ingredients
  • You are pregnant or trying to become pregnant
  • You are breastfeeding or plan to breast-feed
  • If your lips, face or tongue (angioedema) have ever swollen up.
  • If you have inherited angioedema (nettle rash and swelling around the eyes, mouth and hands)
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding (did I say that already?)
  • Its for a child. Because no one knows how safe (or not) Coversyl is for children.
Isabel Rawlings researches and reports on successful strategies for treating high blood pressure, including coversyl. To look at the side effects of coversyl tablets, simple tips on minimising side effects, and lots of straightforward answers to your high blood pressure questions, visit Isabel's site at www.highbloodpressurereports.com.

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