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Information about drug hydrochlorot. what is in it? side effects? uses?

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Hydrochlorot is a drug that belongs to a group of diuretics. It is used for controlling blood pressure but it also reduces the swelling and water retention caused by various medical conditions, such as heart, liver, or kidney disease. Diuretics are also called water pills and they increase the amount of urine that is being passed affecting body to lose water and salt.


There are many types of drugs that are being used for treating high blood pressure and it may be very hard to find the one that suits you. Recent researches have showed that diuretics work best in controlling hypertension.
They can also be combined with other types of anti-hypertension drugs for better results.

One of the common side effects of diuretics is potassium loss from the body, which can further on lead to many different symptoms and problems. This is why it is important to take potassium supplements while being on such drugs.
Besides potassium loss, the drug may cause dizziness and lightheadedness and it makes your skin more prone to burns from sun, so bare that in mind.

There are many other possible side effects and if you do experience any irregularities, make sure you report them to the doctor who prescribed the drug. Like I have already said, it is very hard to find a perfect anti-hypertension drug. The drug may also interact with other drugs, so report any additional drugs that you have been taking before starting diuretics.
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it is very hard to find a perfect anti-hypertension drug


My dad suffers from high blood pressure, I found a herbal dietary supplement, which has lowered his blood pressure to below 140/80 in three days, so in my opinion and i believe there is a perfect hypertension remedy without using diuretics or allopathic medication or beta blockers, and it's fairly cheap, and hope it should become mainstream BP or hypertension solution, and its name is MuktaVati.
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