The full name for these medicines is "angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors." They are pills that lower your blood pressure. We use them for many conditions. They help with high blood pressure and heart disease. They also help with diabetes, kidney problems, migraines and other conditions.
This treatment uses medication to keep your blood from clotting. We call these drugs "anticoagulants, or "blood thinners." You may need to take an anticoagulant if you're at risk of having blood clots. You may take one if you have a circulation problem, or a problem with your heart or lungs.
These drugs lower your blood pressure. We use them to treat high blood pressure and other heart issues. They correct abnormal heart rhythms. They treat congestive heart failure, and chest pains we call "angina." They can help prevent heart attacks. And they help with migraines and some types of tremors.
These drugs lower the level of LDL cholesterol in your blood. LDL cholesterol is known as "bad" cholesterol. Having high levels of bad cholesterol is dangerous. It sticks to artery walls to form plaque. Plaque causes blood clots to form. It can break away and clog blood vessels. By reducing bad cholesterol, we lower your risk for heart disease and stroke.