Your high blood pressure may be your spouses fault!
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|Wed, 11-24-2010 - 1:30pm|
Almost 60 percent of men snore, robbing their bedmates of at least one hour of deep sleep nightly, say Mayo Clinic researchers. And that can interfere with blood pressure control. Turns out deep sleep is when your body clears away the stress hormones that contribute to high blood pressure and without that quality slumber, Mayo researchers say, blood pressure can creep up six points or more.
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