Posted by Administrator on 9/20/2016 to News
Habitually eating a late dinner can triple your risk of a deadly heart attack if you have high blood pressure, a new study finds. Normally, your blood pressure goes down by about 10% at night. But eating within two hours of bedtime releases a rush of stress hormones that stops your blood pressure from dropping. It keeps your body on “high alert” and maintains your blood pressure at daytime levels when you are sleeping.