Adherence is a challenge for all patients suffering from chronic disease such as hypertension and high cholesterol!
Let’s talk about this important piece of a patient’s treatment.
Did you know?
The nonadherence to hypertension or high hholesterol treatment results in an increased risk of having a cardiovascular event such as heart attack or stroke, and it could be fatal.
For these reason, it is so important to take your medicine every day and to follow your doctor’s recommendation to achieve disease control and be protected.
Remember, hypertension and high cholesterol are silent diseases.
To remind you to take your medicine every day we have developped this worldwide campaign.
Our lives hold moments of pleasure and to enjoy these good moments you need to achieve disease control and be protected; and the only way to do this is to...
Take your treatment!
When one piece goes missing...
If diagnosed, remember that your treatment is only effective if you take it every day.
Taking your antihypertensive treatment every day is crucial for controlling your blood pressure and cholesterol to ensure long-term cardiovascular protection, but it is not always easy to remember to take them. So, we have some tips to help you to remember to take your medicine as part of your daily routine…
What can you do on a daily basis to remind you to take your treatment?
Use these tips to help you remember to take your pill…
Against the risk of CVDs, treatment
adherence gives you a better chance.
Please listen to your loved ones to continue sharing great life moments
Increase your knowledge about the importance of adhering to your treatment for high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Do you want to know more about high blood pressure?
Do you want to know more about high cholesterol?
What can you do?
To your doctor for more information on dyslipidemia and what you can do about it.
Our website to find information on dyslipidemia and this initiative.
With daily support by visiting our website or downloading digital applications developed for dyslipidemic patients.