A ban on bad habits may be for the whole city, not to mention those who abuse these habits
The ban on Smoking in public places not only protects passive smokers from developing lung cancer, but also significantly lowers the average level of the “upper” blood pressure.
This is stated in a new study by the American Association of cardiovascular diseases.
“We found that Nonsmoking adults who lived in areas where the ban was passed on Smoking in public places, had lower systolic (“upper” — ed.) arterial pressure to the end of the observation period compared to those who lived in areas where such restrictions were not” — says the study’s lead author Stephanie main.
To their surprise, the scientists found that tobacco control policy is associated with a decrease in systolic blood pressure but no effect on indices of diastolic blood pressure or high blood pressure. Researchers still can’t explain it, but I suspect that the case in the impact of systolic blood pressure, which is below the threshold of hypertension.
Specialists for 25 years, watched by a group of 2600 volunteers from among young people residing in different US States, where Smoking in public places such as permitted and prohibited.
It is noted that volunteers from the “non-Smoking” States the systolic pressure was about 1.14 and 1.5 mm Hg. article lower than those who lived in areas without such bans.
We will add, earlier researchers found that the body recovers after Smoking after 15 years, so it’s important to quit Smoking before.
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