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  1. 1. pressure in your arteries between beats
  2. 4. 130-139mmHg/80-89mmHg
  3. 6. an increased sensitivity to this is caused by neurohormonal adaptations during exercise
  4. 7. medication causing increasing passing of urine
  5. 11. Ca2+ channel blockers, alpha blockers, angiotensin II blockers, Ace inhibitors
  6. 13. Hypertension no identifiable cause and develops over several years
  7. 14. ________ BP response to relatively low exercise intensity is likely in some individuals
  8. 15. type of exercise that promotes an increased exercise capacity leading to reduction in resting SBP and DBP
  9. 17. immediate BP-lowering effects of exercise
  10. 18. Blood Pressure is measured by multiplying total peripheral resistance and
  11. 19. alpha-blockers, Ca2+ channel blockers and vasodilators provoke post-exercise ______.
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  1. 2. structural adaptation as a result of exercise for the treatment of HTN
  2. 3. 120-129/<80
  3. 5. increases thoracic pressure beyond that of resistance training alone
  4. 8. this is impaired due to beta blockers and diuretics during exercise in hot and humid environments
  5. 9. <120/80
  6. 10. Hypertension caused by an underlying condition
  7. 12. frequently associated with normal cardiac output and elevated total peripheral resistance
  8. 16. this medication is likely to cause an attenuated HR response to exercise and reduced sub maximal and maximal exercise capacity
  9. 20. maximum pressure the heart exerts