High blood pressure is a “silent killer” that results in long-term organ damage, cardiovascular disease, and death. Getting blood pressure under control is essential, but it is only part of the solution.

Over the past decade, it has become clear that daily variations in blood-pressure patterns are also tremendously important, especially in older adults.

In healthy people, blood pressure dips somewhat at night, providing at least temporary relief to the pounding damage being done to blood vessels. But in those whose pressure does not fall at night (so-called “non-dippers”), the damage to blood vessels continues around the clock.

As a result, non-dippers have a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and death compared to normal dippers, even when both have the same blood pressure during the day. About 35% of adults with hypertension are “non-dippers,” meaning that they are at constantly elevated risk for bad outcomes.

The implications of these findings—coupled with a recent study2 showing optimal systolic target levels—are clear. Most people need to establish more ambitious blood pressure targets—ideally 120 mmHg or lower for the systolic reading. And many people who need to lower their blood pressure also need to find both a daytime and a nighttime solution.

CRD Pharma BP reSync not only help lower blood pressure, but can provide around-the-clock management.

CRD Pharma platform Blood pressure control works best by utilizing different drug classes of medications at relatively reduced doses rather than using one drug at a maximal dose. helps reduce the risk of side effects associated with the maximal tolerated dosing of a single drug.

It lowers the morning BP surge and reduce left ventricular mass index as well as microalbuminuria in patients with uncontrolled ‘morning hypertension’.

Early morning period coincides with the end of the dosing period of once-daily medications, attenuation of antihypertensive efficacy is relatively common.

BP Resync platform is expected to control of the early morning BP, and provide the greatest benefits especially in patients at high risk of cardiovascular diseases and those who continue to smoke cigarettes.