Diabetes is one of the most common and costly oldest in the United States. The United States has more than 100 million diabetes or pre-diabetes, according to 2017 compiled by the Disease Control Control and Prevention (CDC). Intensive hypertension therapy may lower Type 2 diabetes death risk.
Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body processes glucose. Type 2 diabetes, which is the most common form of the disease, reduces the production of insulin, a hormone that controls blood sugar levels. When this happens, the blood sugar level increases, the risk of heart disease increases.
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, also increases cardiovascular disease. According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the blood pressure “push the blood [artery] to the artery as threatened as the artery.” Hypertension occurs when this force is very high against artery walls. “
Doctors measure the blood pressure in the mercury mercury (mmHg). The first number, or cystolic pressure, gives heart pressure on blood vessels. The second number is the measure of dystalyst blood pressure, which is pressure on blood vessels when the heart remains in the middle of the beate.
The doctors define for “prehypertension” as 120-139 mm HG for cystral pressure and 80-89 mmHg. Their 140/90 mmHg is considered as hypertension.
According to the CDC, around 75 million people have high blood pressure in the U.S., but only half of the condition is in control.
Link between diabetes and high blood pressure
Many people with diabetes are also high blood pressure. The study found that 3 people with high diabetes with at least 1 diabetes.
Diabetes and hypertension make for deadly combinations because one condition is worse. Diabetes can increase the blood pressure by reducing the ability to increase blood pressure, enhance the body’s fat, and reduce the effect of insulin the body.
According to the American Heart Association (AAAA), about 70% of the age of 65% or above, diabetes have died from heart disease, and 16% of strokes die. In addition, those with diabetes will be four times more than diabetes without diabetes.
Looking for the best blood pressure goal
Now, a new study shown in the AAA journal hypertension, has shown that those with type 2 diabetes have found intensive treatment to experience blood pressure, stroke, and low risk of blood pressure levels or less than 130/80 mmHg. Death for any reason.
“Our conclusions show the benefit of more intensive treatment, which is the goal to lower blood pressure 130/80 [mmHg] or below.” Senior researcher of this study, J. Bill Macquo, a professor of preventive cardiovascular knowledge at Ireland’s National University in Galilee.
The 2017 AAA blood pressure guidelines have been recommended for acute treatment with diabetes and high blood pressure to help reduce their blood pressure. The new study states that blood pressure levels of 130/80 mm / hg can benefit people despite heart disease.
Benefits of Intensive Hypertension Therapy
Researchers analyzed the results of about 11,000 people with type 2 diabetes. The researchers followed the clinic in many clinical centers and places in four years of study participants.
Scientists searched for type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure people, who had different levels of heart disease, and who got a lot of treatment. Then they compare the people who compare them with their placebarrow.
The previous findings suggested that hypertension treatment was effective, but researchers did not realize that this benefit also applies to people less than 140/90 mm HG.
The new study showed the rate of complete death for any reason and found that despite all heart disease, serious heart disease.
More than 800 deaths and more than 90 horizontal events – heart attack, stroke, diabetic kidney disease, and diabetic eye diseases – during the study period.
Those people receiving severe blood pressure compared to those displaced people who experienced 9 9% fewer incidents and 14% weaknesses.