“Blood Pressure Control Led to Fewer Second Strokes”

Stroke survivors with controlled blood pressure experienced fewer second strokes

(dailyRx News) High blood pressure is one of the main risk factors for stroke. Yet new research suggests many people who’ve already had a stroke may need better blood pressure control.

In a recent study, less than one third of stroke survivors had their blood pressure under control for more than 75 percent of the time.

This study also showed that stroke survivors who had consistent control of their blood pressure had significantly fewer strokes than those who did not keep their blood pressure under control.

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