Age-specific relevance of usual blood pressure to vascular mortality – (12-19-02)

Age-specific relevance of usual blood pressure to vascular mortality

An article like this can be a major eye-opener for many clinicians. I see many patients with “treated” hypertension in the area of 150 systolic. This has always bothered me, but pharmaceutical intervention does have its limits.

This study finds that BP above 115 have a positive correlation with CVD and all cause mortality. This would suggest that much more effective approaches to HTN are needed and I would think this opens up the realm for alternative approaches, top of which is water only fasting (search previous updates), followed by exercise, dietary modification, magnesium, etc…

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