More Salt Promotes Hypertension

 

Most physicians tend to blame hypertension (HTN) more on genes, stress, and weight gain than on dietary salt intake. This may be because, in their clinical experience, weight loss is generally much more effective for reducing elevated blood pressure (BP) than is advice to reduce dietary salt intake. Physicians also often see large drops in BP when their patients sit quietly and relax before their ...

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