Exposure to Blue Light May Help Decrease High Blood Pressure

A new study, recently published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, suggests that exposure to blue light may help reduce high blood pressure.blue light reduces hypertension

For the study, a team of researchers assessed whether blue light exposure could produce enough nitric oxide to significantly reduce high blood pressure. They involved 14 male participants aged between 30 and 60 years without a previous diagnosis of cardiovascular conditions.

The authors of the study come into a conclusion: “Our present study demonstrates for the first time that whole-body blue light exposure at doses that are comparable to daily sunlight exposure decreases systolic blood pressure [...] in young, healthy male volunteers.”

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