High blood pressure: The sleep factor putting 42 percent of Brits at risk of hypertension


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Jalf continued: “There are also a handful of people who don’t get enough sleep at night.

“Whilst they don’t currently experience symptoms of high blood pressure, they may have family members who do, which may mean you are more at risk of experiencing high blood pressure – making it increasingly important for everyone to be aware of the signs and risks of this condition.”

The pharmacist added that it’s “really easy” to get checked for high blood pressure, with even LloydsPharmacy offering an on-site NHS blood pressure check service.

When it comes to addressing the pesky restless nights, the pharmacy also teamed up with a sleep expert to provide some tips for more restful slumber.


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