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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