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If you have been diagnosed with coronary artery disease or had a heart attack, there’s a lot you can do to improve your heart health. A treatment plan that combines diet, exercise, and medicine can help prevent another heart attack or the need for bypass surgery in the future. Steps you can take to protect your arteries include:
No. While all ARBs block the chemical angiotensin in the body, they can do this in varying ways. Consequently, some are more effective in treating certain conditions (such as high blood pressure) than others, and health care providers can use this information to decide which drug is best for each individual patient.
The best way to prevent PAD from getting worse is to practice good health habits and take the medication your doctor prescribes. Some of the healthy steps you can take include:
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