Q&A With Manolis Kallistratos From Asklepion Voulas General Hospital: Could Taking a Nap Help Hypertensive Patients?

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The benefits of naps for young children have been well established and utilized for many years. A recent study looked at whether taking a nap in the middle of the day could help hypertensive adults better manage their condition.

The benefits of naps for young children have been well established and utilized for many years. A recent study looked at whether taking a nap in the middle of the day could help hypertensive adults better manage their condition.

Manolis Kallistratos, MD, PhD, from Greece discussed the results of a study on the topic at the European Society of Cardiology Annual Congress in London.

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