Expect Your Blood Pressure to Rise During the Cold Winter Months

Make sure you take the necessary steps to keep it under control.


Blood pressure follows a natural cycle, rising and falling in a predictable pattern every 24 hours. It also fluctuates seasonally, rising an average of 3 millimeters of mercury (mmHg) when the thermometer falls and falling when the weather warms up.

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