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latest health videos. Stem Cell Treatment for Arterial Hypertension
Hypertension is a potentially devastating medical condition that increases blood pressure.
Known as a silent disease, hypertension generally doesn’t involve symptoms that are easily recognized
by most individuals until damage to blood vessels or cardiac health is realized. In
most cases, hypertension, also called arterial hypertension, is treated with a variety of
drugs that may involve the use of diuretics, Beta blockers, ACE inhibitors, and calcium
channel blockers. Treating Hypertension with Stem Cell
Embryonic stem cell treatments for hypertension have shown efficacy in reducing blood pressure,
frequency of headaches, and a stabilization of blood pressure, leading to enhanced mental
capacity and abilities, rejuvenation, and sexual performance and potency in men and
women. Embryonic stem cells have the ability to differentiate, or become any type of cell
in the human body, offering unique opportunities to replace damaged cells and tissues in the
human body. A variety of facilities throughout Europe,
the Netherlands, and Ukraine have offered and performed treatments, clinical trials
and studies regarding the efficacy of stem cell therapies to improve heart function.
Studies performed in the Netherlands have shown that allogenic stem cell therapies improved
function of the right ventricular portion of the heart as well as lung capacity in small
animals with pulmonary hypertension.