"A regular exercise routine is one of the keys to improving blood pressure, often by as much as 5-15 points. Exercise strengthens your heart muscle and at the same time releases hormones that relax the blood vessels throughout the rest of your body. So your heart works more efficiently and has less of a workload. Exercise also creates changes in your nervous system that lower your pulse rate and may lower levels of stress hormones. Finally, exercise helps you lose weight, which can lower blood pressure even further."
– Jeffry Ushupun, M.D., Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, UC Health Primary Care
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– Assistant Professor, Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology, Department of Pediatrics, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
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