Member Stories: Managing High Blood Pressure

By Therese Pope

“CareZone has been wonderful. I take multiple medications and the app keeps me on track of when and how to take my meds. CareZone feels like an old, trusted friend, and I look forward to checking off my meds every day.”

-Scott

Despite his diagnosis of high blood pressure, Scott enjoys a happy and active life. Here’s what he shared with CareZone:

What is the most challenging part of managing your condition?

Keeping up with my meds schedule and taking the correct dosage at the same time every day.

What advice would you give to someone who was recently diagnosed with high blood pressure?

Stay positive and trust CareZone to help you!

How do you de-stress?

I enjoy reading and watching movies and TV shows. I also enjoy walking as much as possible.

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3 Healthy and Simple Breakfast Ideas

By Therese Pope

Start your day off with a healthy, balanced breakfast! Eating breakfast every morning is an easy way to set yourself up for a successful and productive day. When you wake up in the morning, it is important to eat within 60 to 90 minutes.

Eating a nourishing breakfast helps rev up your metabolism and stabilizes blood sugar, giving you an extra energy boost throughout the day. According to a study…

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Member Stories: Living with End-Stage Renal Disease

By Therese Pope

“There were many times when I could have asked ‘why me?’ throughout the years, but I didn’t because it doesn’t change my condition. You accept what is and move forward. Live life as if it’s your last day because there are people out there that have it far worse than you.”

-Laura

Laura is in her early fifties and has end-stage renal disease (ESRD), the last stage of chronic…

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6 Tips for Managing Stress

By rocky

Stress. We’ve all got it, but it’s important to deal with it in healthy ways or else it can have negative impacts on your brain, your body, and your friends and family.

Here are 6 things you can do regularly to help reduce your stress.

  1. Take time out for yourself. Step away from whatever it is that’s causing your stress and clear your head. Try exercising, taking a walk, listening to music or…
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