Now when you consider the fact that according to the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention, nearly 70 million American adults have high blood pressure, and that only about 52% of those folks actually have their blood pressure under control, it not so hard to understand why we actually like it when someone who is currently taking Sular gives us a call!
When you re-examine the CDC’s numbers, 70 million American adults actually compute’s to about 29% of the entire American adult population. Which means that that about 1 out of every 3 people that we’re going to talk to here at TermLife2Go are going to have elevated blood pressure whether they know it or not!
So getting back to the folks who’ve already been prescribed Sular…
These are folks that already know they have high blood pressure and are already in the process of controlling it. Which is great, particularly if they’re using Sular to reduce their blood pressure levels.
Sular (Nisoldipine) is classified in a group of drugs called calcium channel blockers that works by widening blood vessels thus improving blood flow.
One of the added benefits of using Sular, is that it is a medication that is not frequently used to help folks who have already suffered from a heart attack or stroke which is why it will generally be of less interest to an insurance underwriter than “another” hypertension medication that could be used to help those with hypertension and some other more serious pre-existing medical condition.
Why we like working with folks who have already been prescribed Sular:
Working with clients have already been prescribed a medication to treat their hypertension will often provide us with additional benefits which may facilitate the life insurance application process. Benefits such as:
- if their blood pressure is now well managed, they should still be eligible for Preferred life insurance rate, which is great!
- And since these individuals have already been prescribed medications to treat their blood pressure, it’s more likely that they will also be more aware of their cholesterol levels and blood sugar levels which can often be a reason for someone to have their life insurance application denied if not under control.
Or to put another way, these folks who have already been diagnosed with high blood pressure will generally be much “better” aware of what their true health status is as opposed to the insurance applicant who is positive that they are in great health despite the fact that they actually haven’t had a physical in nearly 10 years!
When given a client that is better aware of what their “true” health is, it’s often times easier to discuss the complete range of products that will be available to him or her. Now for folks who simply suffer from hypertension, this would include being able to take a look at some of the “newer” no exam term and whole life insurance options that are now available for those in good health.
A “no medical exam” term or whole life insurance policy is a particularly attractive idea for those who don’t currently have any life insurance in place, simply because it will typically reduce the wait time for complete coverage from 2 to 4 weeks down to less than 24 hours!
So what are you waiting for? Give us a call today and see what we can do for you!
Now before we let you go…
Let us be the first to admit that up until this point, we really have talked about what you might be expected to pay for your insurance. And this isn’t because we don’t want to tell you what the cost may be, its simply because until we learn more about you we simply won’t know what “rate” you may qualify for.
That being said however…
If you have a “general” idea about “rate” you may qualify for, we would certainly encourage you to take a look at our Life Insurance Quotes page where you’ll have access to quotes from dozens of different life insurance companies instantly!
And since we still have your attention…
It’s fair to say that most people who decide to purchase a life insurance policy do so that they can protect their loved one’s financial future in the event of their death.
But what happens if you get sick but don’t die?
Is your family’s financial future still protected? Probably not. Which is why we would encourage you to also take a look at the following articles which will discuss some other “types” of life insurance policies that can not only protect your family’s financial future, they could also significantly help our your own as well.