Dr. Alexander Silveira Alvarez
General Medicine with Postgraduate in Family Medicine and Cardiovascular Surgery, experience in Emergency
Dra. Lisset Martin Torres
General Medicine with Postgraduate in Family Medicine and Ophthalmology, experience in Emergency
We are a private clinic equipped with the resources and professionals that will provide you with high quality medical attention. Your health is our priority and we have doctors available 24 hours both in the clinic and at home for all types of emergencies, both adults and pediatrics, we work in collaboration with reference hospitals in the area and highly qualified ambulance services.
If you suffer from high blood pressure following these 6 important tips:
1. Check your BP at home. Sit and rest for 5 minutes before you take your BP
2. Eat less sodium (salt). Do not add sodium to your food. Limit foods that are high in sodium, such as canned foods, potato chips, and cold cuts.
3. Exercise to maintain a healthy weight. Exercise at least 30 minutes per day, on most days of the week.
4. Decrease stress. This may help lower your BP. Learn ways to relax, such as deep breathing or listening to music.
5. Limit alcohol. Women should limit alcohol to 1 drink a day. Men should limit alcohol to 2 drinks a day.
5. Do not smoke. Nicotine and other chemicals in cigarettes and cigars can increase your BP and also cause lung damage.
6. Manage any other health conditions you have. Health conditions such as diabetes can increase your risk for hypertension. Follow your healthcare provider's instructions and take all your medicines as directed.