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Strength Training Effective for Managing Blood Pressure, Study Finds

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Strength training may be a noninvasive way to manage high blood pressure, a study suggests. Image for illustration purposes
Strength training may be a noninvasive way to manage high blood pressure, a study suggests. Image for illustration purposes

Medical News Today

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  • High blood pressure or hypertension is a common condition that can lead to serious problems without proper management. 
  • High blood pressure management can involve using medications and lifestyle modifications. 
  • Data from a systematic review and meta-analysis found that strength training may be an effective non-medication option for the management of high blood pressure. However, its effectiveness depends on factors like intensity level and duration.

Follow the link below to read the full story on Medical News Today: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/hypertension-strength-training-helps-manage-high-blood-pressure?utm_source=Sailthru%20Email&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=MNT%20Daily%20News&utm_content=2023-04-14&apid=&rvid=4ba4ec80177cae00eabc43b8bc6648d598c4a356d104663735777e0a0f8b5c9f

Information Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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