Evaluation of Optimal #Diastolic Blood #Pressure Range Among Adults With Treated Systolic Blood Pressure Less Than 130 mm Hg

Extremely low diastolic blood pressure has been reported to be associated with increased adverse cardiovascular events (ie, the diastolic J-shape phenomenon); however, current US guidelines recommend an intensive blood pressure target of less than 130/80 mm Hg without mentioning the lower limits of diastolic blood pressure. Objectives To evaluate whether there is a diastolic J-shape phenomenon for patients with an treated systolic blood pressure of … Continue reading Evaluation of Optimal #Diastolic Blood #Pressure Range Among Adults With Treated Systolic Blood Pressure Less Than 130 mm Hg

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Effects of #Caffeine and Acute Aerobic #Exercise on Working Memory and Caffeine Withdrawal

Studies show that a single bout of exercise confers cognitive benefits. However, many individuals use psychoactive substances such as caffeine to enhance cognitive performance.. The objectives of this study were to compare the effects of acute moderate intensity aerobic exercise to caffeine on working memory (WM) and caffeine withdrawal symptoms (CWS). In Phase I, non-caffeine (n = 29) and caffeine consumers (n = 30) completed a WM assessment, followed … Continue reading Effects of #Caffeine and Acute Aerobic #Exercise on Working Memory and Caffeine Withdrawal

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