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  • Body Mass Index Is Not Independently Associated With

    The prevalence of obesity is increasing worldwide with the most dramatic incidences in industrialized and developing countries 1 Large cohort studies have firmly established obesity as a strong predictor of both overall and cardiovascular mortality in men and women 2–6 Hypertension dyslipidemia and diabetes are among the clinical conditions imputed as mediators of these

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  • SARS‐CoV‐2 and hypertensionRavichandran2021

    Hypertension HT is a serious public health problem affecting approximately 31.1 of adults worldwide The disease is multifactorial and a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases chronic kidney disease stroke and premature death Appel et al 2003 Mills et al 2016 The classification of hypertension is given in Table 1.

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  • Hypertensive response to exercise Clinical Hypertension

    A hypertensive response to exercise HRE is frequently observed in individuals without hypertension or other cardiovascular disease However mechanisms and clinical implication of HRE is not fully elucidated Endothelial dysfunction and increased stiffness of large artery contribute to development of HRE From neurohormonal aspects excess stimulation of sympathetic nervous

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  • Work related cardiovascular disease risk factors using a

    Introduction Cardiovascular disease CVD is a leading cause of death 1 2 It has been defined as coronary heart disease consisting of angina pectoris ischemic heart disease and myocardial infarction plus coronary heart disease death and CVD consisting of coronary heart disease and heart failure plus stroke peripheral artery disease and hypertension 3 The growing body of literature

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  • PDF Herbal remedies for treatment of hypertension

    Hypertension is a common problem facing many peoples today Although billions of dollars are spent annually for the treatment and detection of cardiovascular disease current conventional

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  • Teaching Individual to increase adherence to

    Worldwide hypertension affects approximately 25 of the adult population and diabetes about 8.5 Lack of adherence to prescribed treatment regimen remains a problem among patients undergoing long term treatment showing high non adherence rates at estimated range of between 36 and 93 In our city patients with hypertension and diabetes in primary care are looked after mainly

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  • Hypertension in China burdens guidelines and policy

    Hypertension is a leading risk factor of cardiovascular disease and it is becoming increasingly prevalent globally Correspondingly the Chinese government and public health institutions have

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  • Applicability and cost effectiveness of the Systolic Blood

    Leung AA Nerenberg K Daskalopoulou SS McBrien K Zarnke KB Dasgupta K et al Hypertension Canada s 2016 Canadian hypertension education program guidelines for blood pressure measurement diagnosis assessment of risk prevention and treatment of hypertension Can J Cardiol 201632 5 569–88 pmid View Article

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  • 2014 Guideline for Management of High Blood Pressure

    Hypertension Detection and Follow up Program Cooperative Group Five year findings of the hypertension detection and follow up program I reduction in mortality of persons with high blood pressure including mild hypertension JAMA 23 .PubMed Google Scholar Crossref

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  • The Flaxseed and Blood Pressure Link Livestrong

    Stage 2 high blood pressure is a systolic pressure of 140 mmHg or higher or a diastolic pressure of 90 mmHg or higher Advertisement High blood pressure also known as hypertension is dangerous because it s a risk factor for heart attack and stroke so it needs to be controlled Some people are able to lower it with lifestyle changes

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  • The urban rural disparity in the prevalence and risk

    Introduction This study aimed to assess the prevalence of hypertension and to explore the disparities of its risk factors among urban and rural elderly Method Data of hypertensive patients were collected from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study CHARLS 2015 Stratified sample s were selected from 450 villages or communities of 150 counties from 28 provinces.

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  • SARS‐CoV‐2 and hypertensionRavichandran2021

    Hypertension HT is a serious public health problem affecting approximately 31.1 of adults worldwide The disease is multifactorial and a risk factor for cardiovascular diseases chronic kidney disease stroke and premature death Appel et al 2003 Mills et al 2016 The classification of hypertension is given in Table 1.

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  • Hypertension Control an Annotated Bibliography

    Hypertension Control an Annotated Bibliogr aphy 3 In cross sectional surveys of 17 014 people aged 65 years and over in urban and rural sites in Latin America India and China the prevalence of hypertension ranged

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  • Combination therapy at the start of hypertension

    Hypertension 201259 Doumas M Tsioufis C Fletcher R Amdur R Faselis C Papademetriou V Time in Therapeutic Range as a Determinant of All Cause Mortality in Patients With Hypertension J Am Heart Assoc 20176 e007131 Guerrero García C Rubio Guerra AF Combination therapy in the treatment of hypertension Drugs Context 20187

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  • Prevalence of stroke and stroke related risk factors a

    Background Stroke and its risk factors epidemiological survey can help identify individuals at higher risk and therefore promote stroke prevention strategies The aim of this study was to estimate the current prevalence of stroke and high risk stroke population and evaluate stroke associated risk factors in southwestern China Methods This was a multi center cross sectional survey in

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  • Physical activity and sedentary behaviors associated with

    Importance Women with a history of gestational diabetes mellitus GDM are at substantially increased risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus T2DM The identification of important modifiable factors could help prevent T2DM in this high risk population Objective To examine the role of physical activity and television watching and other sedentary behaviors and changes in these behaviors in the

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  • Antihypertensive Effect of Radix Paeoniae Alba in

    Radix Paeoniae Alba Baishao RPA has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine formulation to treat hypertension by repression the hyperfunction of liver However whether the RPA itself has the antihypertensive effect or not is seldom studied This study was to evaluate the protective effect of RPA on hypertensive rats Alcohol in conjunction with a high fat diet ACHFD induced

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  • Pulmonary hypertension diagnosis and management The

    #### Summary points Pulmonary hypertension was previously considered a rare untreatable condition The past two decades have seen major changes in our understanding of the spectrum of disease affecting the pulmonary circulation More than 30 randomised controlled trials RCTs of treatments have been performed and surgery for patients with chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension

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  • Antidiabetic and hypotensive effect of Cnidoscolus

    Chaya Cnidoscolus aconitifolius Mill I.M Johnst is a shrub that has been used for its medicinal properties since Mayan culture in Southeast of Mexico The aim of this study was to evaluate hypotensive and hypoglycemic effect of six chaya leaves extracts aqueous ethanolic acetone ethyl acetate diethyl ether and hexane The leaves of Cnidoscolus aconitifolius Mill I.M Johnst were

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  • The Flaxseed and Blood Pressure Link Livestrong

    Stage 2 high blood pressure is a systolic pressure of 140 mmHg or higher or a diastolic pressure of 90 mmHg or higher Advertisement High blood pressure also known as hypertension is dangerous because it s a risk factor for heart attack and stroke so it needs to be controlled Some people are able to lower it with lifestyle changes

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  • PDF A review on Persea Americana Mill Avocado Its

    Shruti Su nil Rana de and Padma Thia garajan Persea americana Mill is a tree native to Mexico and Guatemala from diarrhea to high blood pressure due to assortment of vitamins high in

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  • Dietary intervention for the management of hypertension

    Hypertension is a leading risk factor contributing to increased global disease burden and premature death 1 Regardless of the definition of hypertension blood pressure BP is a continuous and independent variable for adverse cardiovascular events 2 The risk of cardiovascular diseases progressively increased throughout the range of both

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  • Hypertension prevalence awareness treatment and

    Hypertension is the leading risk factor for mortality worldwide and is more common in low and middle income countries LMIC than in high income countries HIC 1 2 3 .With many effective and inexpensive treatments available hypertension control and prevention of subsequent hypertension related diseases should be achievable .Nevertheless hypertension control rates are suboptimal in

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  • Effects of a health education intervention on hypertension

    Education is vital to increasing knowledge improving prevention and self care practices for hypertension in older adults This study aimed to determine the effectiveness of a health education intervention in improving hypertension HT knowledge prevention and self care practices among retirees in Enugu State South east Nigeria In this quasi experimental study we enrolled 400

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  • What a Sudden Drop in Blood Pressure Means

    Vasovagal syncope is an overreaction to certain triggers such as the sight of blood or extreme emotional distress leading to a steep drop in blood pressure and fainting syncope It is caused by the overactivation of the vagus nerve which relays nerve signals from the heart liver heart lungs and gut to the brain 10 .

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  • Impact of the new American College of

    Background The 2017 American College of Cardiology/American Heart Association guidelines defined hypertension at ≥130/80 mm Hg Studies on patients with connective tissue diseases were not considered Our aim was to assess the impact of this definition on atherosclerotic vascular events AVEs in systemic lupus erythematosus Patients methods Individuals from the Toronto Lupus Clinic with at

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  • Self reported diet management Clinical Hypertension

    Hypertension control is a major public health concern Daily preventive practices of the affected individual are essential for controlling blood pressure BP We investigated the association of diet management practice dietary quality and BP control among Korean adults with known hypertension We included 4107 participants aged 40–79 years who reported physician diagnosed hypertension in

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  • Shaking the Salt Habit to Lower High Blood Pressure

    One way to cut back is to skip the table salt However most of the sodium in our diets comes from packaged processed foods Eating these foods less often can help reduce your sodium intake lower your blood pressure and/or prevent high blood pressure HBP or hypertension

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  • Low and High Blood Pressure Numbers Causes

    Health Risks of High Blood Pressure High blood pressure is referred to as the silent killer High blood pressure means your top number is 130 or higher or your bottom number is 80 or higher For most people hypertension is caused by aging or lifestyle factors

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  • High Blood Pressure NHLBI NIH

    2 days ago High blood pressure or hypertension is a common disease where blood flows through your arteries at higher than normal pressure Learn about causes and risk factors for high blood pressure complications from high blood pressure prevention and treatment and NHLBI research.

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  • A 30 minute walk may reduce blood pressure by as much

    A 30 minute walk may reduce blood pressure by as much as medication Just 30 minutes of exercise every morning may be as effective as medication at lowering blood pressure

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  • Flavonoids in hypertension a brief review of the

    Because hypertension is a major contributing factor to this mortality pharmacotherapeutics that lower blood pressure BP are vital to reduce CVD related deaths In health and disease the endothelium derived nitric oxide NO plays a critical role in regulating BP 1 .

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  • Socioeconomic differentials in trends in the prevalence of

    Hypertension is a widespread and severe public health issue throughout the world It is also a major independent progressive hazard for chronic non communicable diseases NCDs specifically for cardiovascular diseases CVD with substantial economic and health losses across the globe .The growing prevalence of hypertension can be observed in countries of all income levels .

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  • Dietary Sodium and Blood Pressure Hypertension

    Ge D Su S Zhu H Dong Y Wang X Harshfield G Treiber F and Snieder H 2008 Stress Induced Sodium Excretion Hypertension 53 2 Online publication date 1 Feb 2009 Adams J Madden C Sved A and Stocker S 2007 Increased Dietary Salt Enhances Sympathoexcitatory and Sympathoinhibitory Responses From the Rostral Ventrolateral

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  • Antihypertensive potential of the aqueous extract which

    The present study was designed to evaluate the effects of the aqueous extract obtained from the mixture of fresh leaf of Persea americana stems and fresh leaf of Cymbopogon citratus fruits of Citrus medica and honey on ethanol and sucrose induced hypertension in rats Rats were divided into eight groups of 6 rats each and daily treated for 5 weeks.

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  • Noise exposure as a factor in the increase of blood

    1 Introduction Noise was derived from the Latin term nausea and has been defined as unwanted sound which is a potential hazard to health and communication .Noise was defined by Bridger 1995 as a sound or sounds at such amplitude that could cause annoyance or interfere with communication Many workers are exposed to noise at work place and this exposure is the second

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  • Reactive oxygen species and the central nervous system in

    1 There are multiple and complex mechanisms of salt induced hypertension however central sympathoexcitation plays an important role In addition the production of reactive oxygen species ROS is increased in salt sensitive hypertensive humans and animals Thus we

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