Genetic differences in receptors in skeletal muscles may affect how heart rate and blood pressure react to exercise, researchers wrote in The Journal of Physiology. Two common gene mutations were associated with higher blood pressure levels during exercise, especially in men.
Genetic mutations may affect cardio measures during exercise
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