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Many patients just like you are successfully managing their blood pressure (BP) with the help of EDARBI® (azilsartan medoxomil) and EDARBYCLOR® (azilsartan medoxomil/chlorthalidone).

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FAQs About High Blood Pressure

If I can’t feel high blood pressure, is it really a problem?
Yes. High blood pressure affects every system in your body, starting with your arteries. Healthy arteries are able to stretch to allow blood to flow easily. Over time, the continued force of the blood on the arteries causes them to stretch beyond healthy limits, causing damage. Examples of damage could include the weakening and scarring of the blood vessels, or organ damage caused by lack of oxygen due to narrow arteries restricting blood flow.1
I’ve just been told I have resistant hypertension. What does that mean?
Resistant hypertension is when you are taking a diuretic (“water pill”) and at least 2 other blood pressure medicines, and you’re still not able to lower your blood pressure.2
What can I do to help manage resistant hypertension?
It is important to take your medicines the way your doctor has explained. Other ways to manage hypertension could include:
  • Eat a healthy diet, including fruits and vegetables.2
  • Cut down on salt. Stay away from salty processed foods and read labels to see how much sodium is included.2
  • Exercise more to lose weight and improve your overall health.2
  • Reduce the amount of alcohol intake.2
  • Reduce stress.2
What’s the difference between blood pressure and heart rate?
Heart rate is the number of times your heart beats a minute. Blood pressure is the force of the blood in your arteries as your heart pumps blood through your body. Measuring your heart rate doesn’t tell you anything about your blood pressure. During exercise, your heart rate may go up, but that doesn’t mean your blood pressure goes up, too. The only way to tell if your blood pressure is high is to take a reading.3
If my blood pressure readings are lower for a while, can I stop taking my medicine?
No. Even if you feel fine, you should NEVER stop taking blood pressure medications, skip doses, or make any changes at all without consulting your doctor. Why? Any change in your medication has the potential to dramatically and suddenly change your blood pressure, which can be dangerous. If your blood pressure readings are normal, this means your management plan is working—so keep taking all of your prescribed medications to keep it working. If you’ve made lifestyle changes or other changes, talk with your doctor about possible adjustments to your blood pressure management plan.4
What’s the difference between EDARBI and EDARBYCLOR?
EDARBI® (azilsartan medoxomil) contains an angiotensin II receptor blocker (ARB). ARBs help relax your blood vessels, which allows your blood to flow more freely and lowers blood pressure. Some people need more than one medicine to lower their numbers. EDARBYCLOR® (azilsartan medoxomil/chlorthalidone) combines the same ARB as EDARBI with a diuretic (“water pill”) called chlorthalidone. This combination helps relax your blood vessels and flush out extra fluid in your body.5,6
Can I get a discount on EDARBI or EDARBYCLOR?
Both EDARBI® (azilsartan medoxomil) and EDARBYCLOR® (azilsartan medoxomil/chlorthalidone) are available at a discount for eligible patients. If you qualify, you could pay as little as $25 for your prescription. Request a Copay Savings Card here.

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1. Why high blood pressure is a “silent killer.” American Heart Association. Updated November 17, 2017. Accessed November 22, 2021.
2. Resistant hypertension – high blood pressure that’s hard to treat. American Heart Association. Updated October 31, 2016. Accessed November 22, 2021.–high-blood-pressure-thats-hard-to-treat
3. Blood pressure vs. heart rate (pulse). American Heart Association. Updated October 31, 2016. Accessed November 22, 2021.
4. Managing high blood pressure medications. American Heart Association. Updated October 31, 2016. Accessed November 22, 2021.
5. Edarbi [package insert]. Atlanta, GA: Azurity/Arbor Pharmaceuticals, LLC; [2020].
6. Edarbyclor [package insert]. Atlanta, GA: Azurity/Arbor Pharmaceuticals, LLC; [2020].