Other Contributing Processes and Factors

Many other processes are proposed to contribute to the development of hypertension, including obesity, physical inactivity, insulin resistance, potassium and magnesium depletion, chronic moderate alcohol consumption, and transient effects of cigarette smoking and caffeine intake.9 The assessment of global cardiovascular risk in all hypertensive patients should be part of the management plan while also pursuing target BPs through nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic means. Regardless of the initiat

Sympathetic activation ing process or processes leading to the development of hypertension, the ultimate goal is to reduce the risk of cardiovascular events and minimize target organ damage. This clearly requires the early identification of risk factors and treatment of patients with hypertension.

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