Section last updated: March 8, 2017
Alcohol and Hypertension - Blood Pressure

Alcohol and blood pressure – dose dependent relationship strengthened (Mar 2017)

Examining the association of alcohol consumption pattern with risk of hypertension in Korean adults (Jul 2016)
Dietary patterns and blood pressure in adults
Effects of alcohol on blood pressure in women: A randomized trial (Jul 2015)
Acute effects of red wine consumption on hypertension (Jan 2014)
Hypertension associated with alcohol consumption based on the facial flushing reaction to drinking (Jan 2014)
A review of the association of alcohol consumption with the risk of developing hypertension (Mar 2013)
Healthy lifestyle reduces the risk of hypertension by two thirds (Sep 2012)
Association of alcohol consumption with lipid profile in hypertensive men (Sep 2012)
Alcohol intake and atherosclerotic risk factors in normotensive and prehypertensive men
Alcohol intake and risk of acute coronary syndrome and mortality in men and women with and without hypertension
Physio-pathological effects of alcohol on the cardiovascular system: its role in hypertension and cardiovascular disease (July 2010)
Alcohol consumption, hypertension, and total mortality among women
Influence of body weight on the relationships of alcohol drinking with blood pressure and serum lipids in women
Drinking in excess associated with increased risk for metabolic syndrome
Alcohol intake, genetics and blood pressure
Men with hypertension who drink moderate amounts of alcohol may have a lower risk of heart attack
Higher prevalence of systemic hypertension among moderate alcohol drinkers: an exploration of the role of under reporting
Moderate Wine Drinkers have Lower Hypertension-related Mortality
Diet and exercise are effective in controlling high blood pressure
Drinking and blood pressure in young women and the rest of us
by Harvey E. Finkel, M.D.
Alcohol Consumption and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality in Hypertensive Men
Raised blood pressure modifies the association between alcohol intake and the progression of arterial stiffness: A 6-year observational study
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