Post-exercise blood pressure reduction is greater following intermittent than continuous exercise and is influenced less by diurnal variation.

@article{Jones2009PostexerciseBP,
  title={Post-exercise blood pressure reduction is greater following intermittent than continuous exercise and is influenced less by diurnal variation.},
  author={Helen Jones and Chloe E. Taylor and Nia C S Lewis and Keith P George and Greg Atkinson},
  journal={Chronobiology international},
  year={2009},
  volume={26 2},
  pages={
          293-306
        }
}
Recently, we reported that circadian variation exists in the response of blood pressure (BP) following a bout of uninterrupted exercise. The usual phenomenon of post-exercise hypotension was absent or reversed when such exercise was performed between 04:00-08:00 h. Nevertheless, research examining BP changes following bouts of intermittent exercise at different times of the day is scarce, even though this type of activity is probably more popular. Therefore, we aimed to compare post-exercise BP… CONTINUE READING
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