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Erectile Dysfunction Linked to Wrong Blood Pressure

We have known for years that there is a relationship between body fat and high blood pressure.

Recently, scientists in China conducted in-depth research that revealed much more about the relationship between body composition and blood pressure.

The results emphasize the importance of staying lean and muscular.

They also found that belly fat in particular raises the risk of hypertension.

These researchers carried out their studies at the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China. The journal Frontiers in Physiology published the results.

They investigated the effect of body composition (muscle and fat) on blood pressure over the course of a lifetime.

“The aim of this study is to evaluate the association between blood pressure and body composition throughout the lifespan of healthy adults.”

The researchers used data from over 4,000 people taking part in a Chinese health study.

Part of the study involved assessing the muscle and fat mass of the participants.

“This study was from an ongoing cross-sectional survey of Chinese health…data included basic physiological parameters.”

At the medical assessment, the researchers took blood pressure readings of all the participants.

And they used statistical analysis to look at the relationships between that and other parameters.

“Analysis was used to assess the association of body mass index, lean mass percent, and visceral fat rating against blood pressure.”

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure that takes into account height and weight. People who weigh more at a certain height will have a higher BMI.

They found an association between higher BMI and higher systolic blood pressure.

Systolic blood pressure in the first number in a blood pressure reading. It’s the one that doctors are most concerned about.

“Body mass index had the highest correlation with systolic blood pressure in both males and females.”

But BMI does not differentiate between muscle and fat.

So a bodybuilder with a lot of muscle could have the same BMI as somebody who is obese.

Therefore, body fat percentage is a better measure of body fat.

And they found an association between higher body fat percentage and higher diastolic blood pressure.

That is the second number given a blood pressure reading.

“…fat mass percent at the highest correlation with diastolic blood pressure in males.”

The researchers also found a relationship between blood pressure and visceral fat.

Visceral fat is the fat that accumulates around the organs and causes a large belly.

Belly fat was associated with high blood pressure.

“Visceral fat rating was positively associated with blood pressure in all age groups and both genders.”

The study also found a relationship between muscle mass and blood pressure.

More muscle was associated with lower blood pressure.

“Percentage of lean body mass was negatively associated with blood pressure in men and women of all age groups.”

In China, where this study was done, the population is developing higher levels of chronic disease.

“China has been undergoing major transitions in health trends particularly toward major increases in chronic diseases like cardiovascular disease.”

High blood pressure is one of the major risk factors for cardiovascular disease.

“Hypertension is a major cause of cardiovascular disease mortality.”

We already had a good idea that body fat was associated with high blood pressure.

This study shows that belly fat and muscle mass are also strongly associated with blood pressure levels.

The researchers recommend keeping body fat within a healthy range to lower the risk of high blood pressure and (therefore) cardiovascular disease.

“Maintain the total body fat in a favorable range.”

Higher muscle mass might also be protective against high blood pressure.

“Increase the body muscle mass is a strategy to reduce the occurrence of cardiovascular event by decreasing the risk of hypertension.”

Proper diet and resistance training can lower body fat and increase muscle.

These two factors are also closely related to testosterone levels in men.

You should consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.

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