Do You Have High Blood Pressure? Tell the US Preventitive Services What You Think of the New Guidelines
elevated BP at your doctor's office. But what many don't realize is that those with white coat hypertension are different than those who do not have this syndrome and those with white coat hypertension are still at risk for various cardiovascular diseases. If you have a family history of high blood pressure, are overweight or obese, smoke, and do not exercise regularly you are at risk for high blood pressure and do need to think about participating in ambulatory screening. At Women's Health Practice we would also encourage more in depth evaluations including your personal genetic make up risk profile and whole body inflammation evaluation with blood testing.