Angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs) are usually taken by mouth as a pill once a day. There are 8 types of ARBs, and each has different tablet doses available.
Most people begin with the suggested starting dose, taking the pill once a day. Your doctor will work with you to adjust the dose to meet your blood pressure goals. Sometimes this means raising or lowering the dose.
Take your ARB pill at the same time every day. You decide what works best for your schedule – morning or night – with or without food. It doesn’t matter, as long as you take your ARB the same time every day.
The same time every day, that’s the way!