Coffee, Caffeine and Hypertension

Caffeine has long been known to elevate blood pressure (BP). A well-designed study examined the impact of 250 mg of caffeine in subjects who had consumed no coffee in the previous 3 weeks. This study found caffeine increased BP by an average of 14/10 mmHg an hour after consumption. A clinical trial of patients with hypertension who stopped drinking coffee did find a significant drop in BP, at ...

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