Blood pressure is the most common problem faced by many persons in all the countries. It is defined as the force of the blood that pushes against the wall of the arteries. A survey done in the United States proves that two classes of medications used for the low blood pressure are increasing the risk of death in the patients.
The survey is analyzed by the data of over 10,500 adults with high blood pressure. It says that the two classes of the drugs that are alpha blockers and alpha-2 agonists are linked to the blood pressure variability. The Alpha blockers doxazosin mesylate and prazosin hydrochloride work by dilating the blood vessels and the Alpha-2 agonists, like methyldopa, work by targeting sympathetic nervous system activity and decreasing blood vessel constriction.
Based on the current study by Dr. Brian Clements and team have released their survey results at an American College of Cardiology (ACC) Scientific Sessions. They say that these two medications should not be used for treating the hypertension.
Researchers says that the patients should be aware of what their blood pressure is whether it’s up or down than the normal and they should consult the physician for the suitable medication based on the level of their pressure. They also add that calcium channel blockers, angiotensin receptor blockers, ACE inhibitors and thiazide diuretics are Safer for the treatment of the hypertension.
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