One of the recent research on hypertension drugs are uses of hypertension drugs at night before going to bed, in general it was concluded that the use of hypertension medication at bedtime resulted in better blood pressure and reduce the risk of diabetes.
This study conducted by Ramon C. Hermida, he and his team conduct an examination of hypertensive patients with no history of diabetes. Studies carried out by dividing the two groups of patients, First group was given instructions for use of hypertension medication at night while the second uses the drug when they wake up in the morning.
The result are the first group showed a decrease in blood pressure, more quality sleep time and reduced risk of diabetes. This study could conclude that only by changing the time of the use of hypertension medication without supplement it with other medications can lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of diabetes and heart disease.
Strongly recommended for Pharmacists to communicate with patients of high blood pressure to adjust the time of hypertension drug consumption, this can be done by giving information to doctors who treat patients so that they are better informed and can provide or prescribe medication at bedtime.