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Authors:  Hosna Motamedian and Aleksandar Jovanovic
Blood Pressure (BP) follows a diurnal variation which is regulated by the sleep-wake cycle. BP levels show a peak in the early morning and substantially decline with sleep during night-time [1]. Basing the timing of administration of anti-hypertensive medications on this circadian rhythmicity may be beneficial in controlling BP in hypertensive patients. This article briefly reviews the role of chronotherapy in management of hypertension. 

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