Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Occassional high blood pressure increases risk of stroke

A recent study indicated that people with occasional high blood pressure may be at a higher risk of stroke than those having consistently high blood pressure. This could be because people who only occassionally saw spikes in blood pressure tend to dismiss it and not opt for any treatment.

In one of the studies published in the medical journals Lancet and Lancet Neurology, 8,000 patients who had had a heart attack were tracked over several years. It was found that those who had consistently variable blood pressure rates were at least six times more likely to have a stroke than those with regularly high blood pressure.

More than 50% of all adults are affected by high blood pressure and the research suggests that more people ought to consider getting their blood pressure checked at home regularly to monitor fluctuations.

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