Articles for topic: blood pressure
Menopause is a known risk for increased heart risk, but new research shows it can be an issue younger than you think.
Hypertension is very common at menopause, generally related to increased weight. It is not to be taken lightly.
Menopause and high blood pressure often seem to go together, due to the increased weight that can occur at this time.
High blood pressure is increasingly common at menopause, but could it have something to do with your stomach?
Diabetes is on the rise generally, and at menopause women can be even more vulnerable.
High blood pressure is associated with a number of risks, including heart disease and strokes.
The basics we all know about: stress, too much salt, anxiety and anger. But there is is more to the picture than this.