Effects of habitual alcohol intake on ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and its variability among Japanese men.

@article{Ohira2009EffectsOH,
  title={Effects of habitual alcohol intake on ambulatory blood pressure, heart rate, and its variability among Japanese men.},
  author={Tetsuya Ohira and Takeshi Tanigawa and Minako Tabata and Hironori Imano and Akihiko Kitamura and Masahiko Kiyama and Shinichi Sato and Tomonori Okamura and Renzhe Cui and Kazuko A Koike and Takashi Shimamoto and Hiroyasu Iso},
  journal={Hypertension},
  year={2009},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={13-9}
}
We sought to examine effects of habitual alcohol intake on ambulatory blood pressure (BP), heart rate (HR), and HR variability among Japanese men. Subjects were 539 men aged 35 to 65 years from rural and urban communities. Ambulatory BP and HR were monitored with an automated, portable, noninvasive multibiomedical recorder. Power spectral analysis of the RR intervals on the ECG was performed every 5 minutes. Compared with nondrinkers, moderate drinkers (alcohol intake 23 to 45 g/d) and heavy… CONTINUE READING

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Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Compared with nondrinkers , moderate drinkers ( alcohol intake 23 to 45 g / d ) and heavy drinkers ( alcohol intake >
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
Habitual alcohol intake was associated with increased BP in the morning , HR while awake and asleep , and sympathetic activity while asleep , which may explain some of the mechanisms of the relationship between heavy alcohol intake and risk of cardiovascular diseases .
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