Q:
What role does genetics play in high blood pressure?  I exercise, eat healthy, take vitamins and I still have a high blood pressure, why?  If it’s genetic can I still control it and do I have to use medication to control it?

A:
Family history is a very important risk factor for getting high blood pressure.  It is well known that high blood pressure and heart disease runs in some families.  You can not change your genetics, but you can lower your risk by maintaining a normal weight, eating right, and exercising regularly.

Sometimes just living right isn’t enough. You get high blood pressure anyway.  At that point you can ask your doctor about giving Resperate a try before starting medication.  Resperate has been clinically proven to lower blood pressure.  It has no side effects and is easy to use.