Features October 2019 Issue

Pay Close Attention to Widely Fluctuating Blood Pressure

In some people, stress causes blood pressure to spike.

Pay Close Attention to Widely Fluctuating Blood Pressure

Identifying the cause is the first step to controlling your blood pressure.

But when blood pressure regularly spikes higher than normal, it's a sign that something is not right. Doctors call the condition labile hypertension, and it merits investigation.

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