NHS brands blood pressure study ‘potentially dangerous’

25 February 2019 – Practice Business

Conclusions of a study into the effects of exercise was rejected by the NHS and labelled as ‘potentially dangerous‘.

While it is widely known that exercise helps blood pressure, the study in question – involving staff from the University of Western Australia – suggested that exercise could be a replacement for blood pressure-lowering drugs.

The study claimed that just half an hour of walking could be as effective for reducing blood pressure as medication.


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