High blood pressure: Drinking more than four cups of coffee a day may raise your reading

The association between coffee and high blood pressure is a little bit of a grey area among health professionals.

It’s true that coffee can cause a temporary but noticeable spike in your blood pressure levels, even if you don’t suffer from high blood pressure.

The research is still unclear, but according to Harvard Health, it is proven that coffee raises blood pressure in people who are not used to it, but not in regular coffee drinkers.


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