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Originally Posted by TromboneAl View Post
Good info, but it really focuses on hypertensive individuals and is over 10 years old. If you don't have blood pressure problems (normotensive), it appears that dehydration may be the cause of a temporary drop in BP post exercise, as noted in a more recent aricle, and may be minimized by adequate hydration. studyhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23047713

But this stuff is very complicated, as a quick review of the article you posted points out, e.g. "Proenkephalin gene expression in the brainstem regulates post-exercise hypotension." Who'da thunk??
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