Guidelines Raise Blood Pressure Target for Patients with Diabetes

A systolic pressure of under 140 mm Hg is recommended, but individual targets may vary.

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For many years, people with diabetes were told they should get their blood pressure down below 130/80 mm Hg. Because diabetes is a risk factor for heart disease and multiple cardiovascular complications, that target was seen as an especially important goal.
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