Study finds blood pressure is lowest in the morning
Data on 28 people without high blood pressure found that their blood pressure peaked at about 9 p.m. daily and reached its lowest level in the late morning. The study in the journal Circulation suggests that variations in blood pressure levels may not be responsible for the documented increased risk of having a heart attack or stroke in the morning.
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