Listen for Patients Asking When They Should Take Their BP Meds

You'll hear buzz about whether taking blood pressure meds at bedtime prevents more heart attacks and strokes.

Blood pressure in some patients doesn't drop, or "dip," at night like it should...which may increase cardiovascular (CV) risk.

And a new study suggests CV risk is lower if patients take at least one of their once-daily BP meds at bedtime...instead of in the morning.

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