High Blood Pressure Life Insurance
Having high blood pressure may seem a minor medical condition compared to more serious conditions such as cancer, but here at Active Brokers we treat each client with the same friendly care and respect you deserve as we assist you in finding the right Life Insurance policy for your specific medical condition. Life Insurance will ensure that your family and loved ones are secure in the event of you passing away by leaving a sum of money to support them.
You may find that even with some minor medical conditions the cost of premiums for Life Insurance policies will generally be higher if the insurer believes that your medical condition is a risk. The exact cost will depend on how high your blood pressure is, as well as any previous medical conditions and other factors such as age. Your doctor may be contacted for a full medical report to ensure that you are paying the right amount of money for the best Life Insurance policy for you, which is based on accurate medical reports.
Active Brokers understand that you’ll want to find the best policy, so we can search for this policy quickly meaning you don’t have to waste time searching the internet and applying here and there for different policies that you might not fully understand.
To apply for a quote to find how much you could be paying for your ideal Life Insurance policy, click below. You can speak to our expert advisers who have over 15 years assisting clients find insurance policies from the top insurers on the market, making a potentially stressful ordeal calm and relieving.
A little bit about High Blood Pressure…
Blood pressure, also known as hypertension, means that your blood pressure is higher than the recommended level. A high blood pressure can increase your chances of developing other disease such as heart attacks and strokes.
There are no obvious symptoms of high blood pressure, and so it is often known as the ‘silent killer.’ The only way to determine your blood pressure is to have it measured; your GP or another professional doctor can do this for you.
The treatments for high blood pressure depend of how high your blood pressure is and your risk of developing any heart diseases. If it is not extremely high then you will need to make lifestyle changes to reduce stress and become healthier, you will be offered blood pressure assessments to regulate your blood pressure. If your blood pressure is too high you will be offered medications which can lower your blood pressure to a healthy pressure.
The side effects of these medications can vary from drowsiness to swelling feet, fortunately due to the large number of different medications available; most patients can find the medication which works best for them without side effects. For more information about high blood pressure and the consequences this condition has, go to the NHS website or talk to your local doctor or GP.