The Effects of Hypertension on the Body

Dr. Ted Feldman, Medical Director of Prevention and Community Health with Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, says doctors pay very close attention to the blood pressure response to the exercise when they are evaluating a patient for hypertension.

He explains when exercising their top number goes up, but also their diastolic blood pressure goes up, and that is a sign that the blood vessels are involved with the effects of high blood pressure.

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