HOW DIOVAN WORKS

Diovan is a prescription medicine for high blood pressure called an angiotensin receptor blocker, or ARB. Diovan lowers high blood pressure by blocking a chemical called angiotensin II.

Angiotensin II causes blood vessels to narrow, which increases resistance to blood flow. By blocking this chemical, Diovan relaxes and widens your blood vessels, allowing your blood to flow with less resistance.

With Diovan the walls of the vessels relax and widen. This helps lower blood pressure

With Diovan, the walls of
the vessel relax and widen.

With Diovan the walls of the vessels relax and widen. This helps lower blood pressure

This helps lower
blood pressure.

 

Diovan starts lowering your
blood pressure the first day you take it.

Just one pill a day helps lower blood pressure for a full 24 hours.

 

If your blood pressure numbers are consistently 140/90 mm Hg or higher, take an important step toward a healthier blood pressure goal, and ask your doctor or health care professional if Diovan may be right for you.

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