Oxford study: One in eight people might have blood pressure without knowing

An Oxford University study found 15 per cent of people aged 40 to 75 had high blood pressure in the evening that would be missed by current screening methods. read more

Doing This in the Bathroom Can Spike Your Blood Pressure, Study Finds

Using mouthwash after you brush and floss might seem like a healthy habit, but research shows it may contribute to high blood pressure. read more

Expert’s 5 exercises to ‘elevate’ heart rate and lower blood pressure - 'excellent tool'

High blood pressure can be caused by many things including a lack of exercise. A boxing coach has shared five activities you can do without needing a gym to help lower your reading. read more

Hypertension: More People Suffer From High Blood Pressure Than Expected

A new study has found that 1 in 8 people aged 40 to 75 years had increased blood pressure (hypertension) in the evening. read more

Doctors Warn That These High Blood Pressure Symptoms are Usually Ignored

High blood pressure is a serious health condition that can lead to heart attack and stroke. "Common causes of heart failure are high blood pressure (hypertension) and coronary artery disease. These ... read more

This ‘wonderful Ayurvedic remedy’ will help balance low blood pressure

Besides balancing blood pressure, this ayurvedic remedy also boosts the immune system and relieves stress among other health benefits, wrote Dr Dixa Bhavsar Savaliya ... read more

Warning Signs Your Blood Pressure is "Skyrocketing"

Is your blood pressure out of control? "High blood pressure is a medical condition in which blood pressure is persistently higher than 130/80 mm Hg," says Andrew Yocum, MD. "High blood pressure ... read more

Time of blood pressure assessment may be important as around 15 percent of adults suffer spikes at night

A new study from the University of Oxford found that around 15 percent of people aged 40-75 may have undiagnosed hypertension. Those who may be suffering from the form of high blood pressure may ... read more

Breath training may help reduce blood pressure by serving as a 'dumbbell for the diaphragm': New study

A study in the Journal of Applied Physiology found that a daily dose for six week of high-resistance inspiratory muscle strength training can reduce blood pressure; here's what it means for health. read more

Why you might have high blood pressure but not even know it

Daytime measurements could lull you into a false sense of security if your hypertension comes at night Middle-aged people may be suffering from high blood pressure without realising it, because their ... read more

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