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“…Our current study show that a combination of unhealthy behavior is independently associated with uncontrolled hypertension in hypertensive treated individuals. These findings along with the previous ones 24 further support the important influence of lifestyle factors on high BP, in different populations and regardless of the presence of other risk factors. However, when comparing both studies, the magnitude of the effect of this association appears stronger on the development of hypertension than on BP control, suggesting that other factors should also be considered when evaluating determinants of BP control in individuals pharmacologically treated for hypertension.…”
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“…Our current study show that a combination of unhealthy behavior is independently associated with uncontrolled hypertension in hypertensive treated individuals. These findings along with the previous ones 24 further support the important influence of lifestyle factors on high BP, in different populations and regardless of the presence of other risk factors. However, when comparing both studies, the magnitude of the effect of this association appears stronger on the development of hypertension than on BP control, suggesting that other factors should also be considered when evaluating determinants of BP control in individuals pharmacologically treated for hypertension.…”
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“…In a recent separate analysis, we evaluated the extent to which unhealthy behavior influence the development of hypertension in the general population, and found that in both sexes, unhealthy behavior (as described in this study) significantly increased the odds of hypertension. We also reported that a combination of two and three-or-more unhealthy behaviors resulted in an increased odds of hypertension by 1.77-fold and 2.29-fold respectively in men, and by 1.71-fold and 2.14-fold respectively in women 24 . Our current study show that a combination of unhealthy behavior is independently associated with uncontrolled hypertension in hypertensive treated individuals.…”
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“…[ 5 , 6 ] In 2010, hypertension caused 9.4 million deaths, the number of adults diagnosed with hypertension was expected to rise to ∼1.56 billion by 2025. [ 7 , 8 ] Furthermore, with the environmental changes, ageing, unhealthy lifestyle such as excessive sodium consumption, insufficient intake of dietary potassium, smoking, drinking, unhealthy diet, overweight and obesity, and physical inactivity constantly spring up, [ 9 , 10 ] hypertension will continue to be an formidable challenge for the global healthcare industry. Hypertensive patients ought to consistently take conventional antihypertensive drugs, whereas those antihypertensive drugs are likely to develop certain side effects.…”
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