There is a long and successful history of people with diabetes adjusting their medications based on daily indicators. Today’s blood pressure medications are remarkably effective but a large number of people who take them still don’t have their blood pressure under control. A program that allows individuals to make drug changes on their own based on strict monitoring and guidelines from their doctor may work well for some people.
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