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Blood pressure variations

Your blood pressure is never constant, nor should it be. Your body continually adjusts to deliver oxygen and nutrients to the tissues and organs that most need them ? your muscles during a jog or your digestive system at mealtime, for example. Your blood pressure also varies according to the time of day. It?s highest in the morning and lowest at night during sleep.…

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