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wakefulness and lower blood pressure during sleep. Loss or disruption of the blood pressure circadian rhythm has been
linked to adverse health outcomes, for example, cardiovascular disease, dementia, and chronic kidney disease. However,
the current diagnostic and therapeutic approaches lack sufficient attention to the circadian rhythmicity of blood pressure.
Sleep patterns, hormone release, eating habits, digestion, body temperature, renal and cardiovascular function, and other
important host functions as well as gut microbiota exhibit circadian rhythms, and influence circadian rhythms of blood
pressure. Potential benefits of nonpharmacologic interventions such as meal timing, and pharmacologic chronotherapeutic
interventions, such as the bedtime administration of antihypertensive medications, have recently been suggested in some
studies. However, the mechanisms underlying circadian rhythm-mediated blood pressure regulation and the efficacy of
chronotherapy in hypertension remain unclear. This review summarizes the results of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood
Institute workshop convened on October 27 to 29, 2021 to assess knowledge gaps and research opportunities in the study
of circadian rhythm of blood pressure and chronotherapy for hypertension.
|Publication status||Published - 30 Nov 2022|
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1/12/19 → 30/11/22