- Strokes and blood pressure
Are all Strokes attributable to High Blood Pressure?
Strokes that are the result of bleeding into the brain are related to blood pressure. Strokes that are caused by a blocked blood vessel in the brain aren’t necessarily related to high blood pressure.
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- Does high blood pressure medication cause tinnitus?
Is there a high correlation between a cocktail of calcium channel blockers and the development of tinnitus – abnormal sounds in the ears or head?
- Exercising for Fun Lowers Blood Pressure
Physical activity in your leisure time could help keep your blood pressure at a healthy level.
Almost 78 million American adults have high blood pressure and one highly recommended way to control it, is to exercise. If you’ve been told to increase your physical activity to lower your BP levels don’t ...
- Resting, non-resting BP and activity
The conventional wisdom seems to be focused on resting blood pressure. Yet people also do 24-hour monitoring which suggests that non-resting blood pressure matters too. Is that right? If keeping your 24-hour blood pressure low is a goal, does that mean that being active is somehow undesirable?