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Your doctor may decide, in consultation with you, that you need treatment for your high blood pressure.
Please speak to your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions about your high blood pressure and its treatment.

Your medication is not effective if you don’t take it every day.
Your risk of dramatic consequences, such as heart
attack or stroke, increase by a 1/3 if you do not take your medicine1.

To help protect yourself do not forget to take your medication every day!

Here are some tips to help remember:

Put an alarm on your phone
Associate it with another habit
Check a box after your tablet is taken
Ask someone to remind you

Please be aware!

Getting control of your blood pressure numbers does not mean that you are cured*!

It is important to keep taking your treatment as prescribed by your doctor! 

*<140/90 mmHg or lower if advised by your doctor2.

Track your blood pressure with our digital services:
1. Bohm M. et al. Am Heart J. 2013;166:306-314.e7 2. National Heart Foundation of Australia. Guideline for the diagnosis and management of hypertension in adults 2016.