Norvasc For The Treatment of High Blood Pressure and Chest Pain – Overview

Norvasc For The Treatment of High Blood Pressure and Chest Pain – Overview


Norvasc, the brand-name form of amlodipine,
is a prescription medication used alone or in combination with other medications to treat
high blood pressure and chest pain. Norvasc belongs to a group of drugs called calcium
channel blockers, which work by relaxing blood vessels to make it easier for the heart to
pump blood. This medication comes in tablet form and is usually taken once a day, with
or without food. Common side effects of Norvasc include headache, swelling of legs or ankles,
tiredness, and nausea. It’s important not to take Norvasc unless prescribed by a doctor.
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2 Replies to “Norvasc For The Treatment of High Blood Pressure and Chest Pain – Overview”

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  2. Followed most of the suggestions in this blood pressure solution “yumkum shocking guide” (G00GLE it) for 4 weeks and a half. I have stage II diabetes, high BP and over weight. It was necessary to pass the exam for D.O.T. Physical. I lost Thirteen lbs, my BP went from average of 155 to 136. I keep track of my blood sugar levels and it is now 125-130 compared to the last time which was always somewhere in the 160s.

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