На эту зависимость не влияет влажность воздуха.
Вывод на поверхности, у пожилых со склонностью к гипотензивным реакциям артериального давления в жаркий сезон требуется более частый тщательный его контроль.
This study investigated the shape of associations between climate parameters (mean daily temperature and humidity) and blood pressure (systolic, SBP and diastolic blood pressure, DBP) in a large longitudinal cohort of healthy individuals. The study population comprised 101,377 Dutch whole blood and plasma donors (50% men), who made 691,107 visits to the blood bank between 2007 and 2009. Climate parameters were acquired from the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Associations with blood pressure, measured prior to each blood donation, were studied using (piecewise) linear regression analyses within Generalized Estimating Equation models. On average, SBP was 0.18 and DBP was 0.11 mmHg lower per one degree Celsius higher mean daily temperature. Higher daily temperatures were associated with lower blood pressure, independent of humidity and potentially confounding factors. These associations were stronger at older age and higher temperatures. Seasonality should therefore be taken into account when monitoring blood pressure, particularly in older individuals.