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To lower blood pressure, exercise may be as good as medication
by Linda Carroll
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27 December 2018
On 27 December 2018 Reuters reported:
For people with high blood pressure, starting an exercise regimen may lower blood pressure by as much as taking medication would, a large analysis suggests.
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'Exercise seems to achieve similar reductions in systolic blood pressure as commonly used antihypertensive drugs among people with high blood pressure,' said the study's lead author Huseyin Naci, a health policy researcher at the London School of Economics and Political Science in the UK.
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