Is High Blood Pressure Another Side Effect of COVID’s Social Isolation?

Being socially isolated could raise your blood pressure. People visiting emergency rooms after being isolated because of COVID restrictions had a 37% increased risk of having high blood pressure, according to a study of 12,241 patients presented at the 46th Argentine Congress of Cardiology. "Admission to the emergency department during the mandatory social isolation period was linked with a 37% increase in the odds of having high blood pressure — even after taking into account age,...

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