Study Shows Aspirin Taken For Blood Pressure Works Best At Night

A new study from Spain finds aspirin appears to lower blood pressure more so when taken at night, than in the morning, though it's unclear why this may be.

The study included more than 200 adults with a condition known as pre-hypertension, which signals a future risk for heart disease. It is diagnosed when blood pressure is elevated, but not enough to be considered high blood pressure.

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