Sugar in the heart may help control blood pressure

Sugar in the heart may help control blood pressure

In a new study, researchers found that a particular type of carb plays an important role in regulating the blood pressure in the body.

They believe that the finding may have a big potential for improved medications for high blood pressure.

The research was done by a team from the University of Copenhagen and Rigshospitalet.

Both high blood pressure and low blood pressure can have health risks and may lead to serious diseases.

But it has been unknown what factors help regulate blood pressure.

In the study, the team found a particular form of carb or sugar on a particular peptide hormone in humans.

In addition, the peptide hormone with that particular form of sugar could affect the regulation of the blood pressure.

Previous research has shown that this peptide hormone is extremely important for the blood pressure, but so far it has not been possible to use it in the treatment.

The study shows this peptide hormone is secreted from the heart and is important for regulation of the blood pressure and the fluid balance in the body.

The team hopes that in the long term, their results can be used to develop better medications for high blood pressure.

In the next step, the team will examine the function of that particular sugar and see how the heart regulates the attachment of the sugar.

They also want to know whether the phenomenon is more prevalent in some patient groups than in others, such as patients with heart failure.

The lead author of the study is Ph.D. student Lasse Holst Hansen.

The study is published in Journal of Biological Chemistry.

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