Lower your blood pressure effectively with Lisinopril

What is Lisinopril?

Lisinopril belongs to a group of medications known as ACE inhibitors. It stops the production of a compound that causes blood vessels to constrict and narrow and in turn helps to lower blood pressure in the blood vessels.

Lisinopril tablets improve the way the heart works, and can be used to treat the symptoms of heart failure where the heart isn’t pumping as efficiently as it should be, and also to improve survival after a heart attack.

If your doctor has recommended that you take medication to help lower high blood pressure, you may be able to buy Lisinopril online from after you complete a consultation with one of our registered doctors. This allows a doctor to check it’s safe for you to buy Lisinopril tablets.

What are the benefits of Lisinopril?

Lisinopril is a proven, effective method of treating hypertension. It’s also convenient; you just need to take one pill every day to lower high blood pressure.

Lisinopril tablets also improve the efficiency of the heart, which is helpful in heart failure patients, and reduces damage to the heart which boosts the survival rate after a heart attack.

How does it work?

Lisinopril tablets are ACE inhibitors, which means they block the effects of a specific enzyme which causes blood vessels to constrict and narrow by producing a compound. By blocking the action of the ACE enzyme, the production of the compound is reduced. This means that blood vessels can relax and widen, which lowers blood pressure.

Lisinopril can also improve the symptoms of heart failure and boost survival after a heart attack because the lower blood pressure means the heart doesn’t have to contract as hard to pump blood through the body.

Who can take it?

If you have high blood pressure and your doctor has recommended that you consider medication to help treat hypertension, you may be able to use Lisinopril. If you’re pregnant, have a history of swelling with no known cause or have hereditary angioedema, you won’t be able to use Lisinopril.

It’s important you discuss your medical history and any medications you may be taking with a doctor, so they can check whether it’s safe for you to use Lisinopril tablets. Certain conditions, such as decreased kidney function, diabetes, enlargement of a chamber of the heart or a disease affecting connective tissue, you may not be able to use Lisinopril tablets.

How do you take Lisinopril?

You should take your Lisinopril tablets as prescribed by your doctor. You’ll need to take one each day with a full glass of water, with or without food. Lisinopril tablets come in 5mg, 10mg, 20mg or 40mg doses. Your doctor will decide which is the best dose for you once you have completed a consultation.

Are there any side effects?

Using Lisinopril brings the risk of developing side effects, as does any kind of prescription medication. The more commonly reported side effects include dizziness, headaches, a dry cough and problems with kidney function.

Uncommon side effects - affecting between one in 100 and one in 1,000 people - include fatigue, nausea, mood changes, insomnia, impotence and palpitations. Rare side effects - which less than one in 1,000 and one in 10,000 people experience - include a dry mouth, confusion and hair loss. Less than 0.01% people experience inflammation of the pancreas, jaundice, dark urine, or a loss of appetite.

How can I buy Lisinopril online?

If you doctor has recommended you consider medication to help lower high blood pressure, you may be able to take an online consultation with us to buy Lisinopril. This will allow our medical experts to make sure it’s safe for you to take and consider which dose to prescribe. Your Lisinopril tablets will then be sent to you via free next-day delivery. Please note that the manufacturer of Lisinopril may differ from that shown on the image above, but the ingredients, benefits and possible side effects of the medication will be the same.

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