According to a new study, a remote support program may help decrease blood pressure.
The program, which is called the Blue Star remote support program, is a six-month program that offers support to people with hypertension, or high blood pressure.
The program uses wearable devices to monitor blood pressure and provide feedback to participants.
The study found that the program was associated with a decrease in blood pressure, as well as a reduction in the number of hypertension-related hospitalizations.
“Our study shows that the Blue Star program is associated with significant reductions in blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease,” said Dr. John D. Bisognano, lead author of the study.
“The program is also associated with a reduction in the number of hospitalizations for hypertension, which is a significant burden on the healthcare system.”
The study was published in the American Journal of Hypertension.
According to a new study, a remote support program could help decrease blood pressure and improve cardiac health.
The study, which was conducted by researchers at the University of British Columbia, looked at the effects of a six-month remote support program called REACH Unity on people with high blood pressure.
The REACH Unity program is a phone-based program that provides support and education to people with high blood pressure. It includes weekly phone calls from a health coach, access to online resources, and monthly group meetings.
The study found that the REACH Unity program was associated with a decrease in systolic blood pressure of 3.2 mmHg and an increase in diastolic blood pressure of 1.7 mmHg. In addition, the program was associated with a decrease in the rate of heart attacks and strokes.
“The REACH Unity program is a simple, effective, and scalable way to reduce blood pressure and improve cardiac health,” said lead author Dr. Joshua Knowles. “Our findings suggest that this program could have a significant impact on the health of Canadians.”
The study was published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.