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Adverse Neurogenic Actions of Dietary Salt

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Adverse Neurogenic Actions of Dietary Salt

Excess dietary salt increases the risk for cardiovascular events, even in people that are not hypertensive. There is some evidence that excess dietary salt exaggerates blood pressure and sympathetic nervous system responses to various perturbations and increases blood pressure variability. This proposal will examine the effects of low, medium, and high salt diets on cardiovascular reactivity and blood pressure variability.

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Low Sodium Diet

Ten days of low sodium diet

Medium Sodium Diet

Ten days of a medium sodium diet

High Sodium Diet

Ten days of a high sodium diet

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Adverse Neurogenic Actions of Dietary Salt

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NCT02881515

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YaOkra