Hydrochlorothiazide helps reduce heart enlargement in patients with hypertension

    New research suggests that hydrochlorothiazide helps reduce heart enlargement in patients with hypertension.

    High blood pressure causes left ventricular hypertrophy (LVH). The heart muscle enlarges because of the increased workload.

    This is important. An enlarged heart increases the risk of heart failure and heart attacks.

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