Self-management of hypertension: predictors of success in diastolic blood pressure reduction.

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine which borderline hypertension subjects could succeed in self-regulating blood pressure, and to distinguish the psychologic and physiologic variables that predicted success. Thirty-four white, male, unmedicated, borderline hypertensive subjects participated in a 14-session biofeedback/cognitive self-management… (More)

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