One theory as to why blood pressure rises after menopause is that lower estrogen levels cause arteries to stiffen and blood pressure to go up. If a woman is pre-hypertensive before menopause, she will likely develop hypertension during or after Read more about Eating Right | Lower Blood Pressure for Post-Meno.

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Curt Warner - Editor NMA
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