It is known that increase in blood pressure after consumption of coffee hitherto remained unexplored. Arthur Aumann and his team, the staff of the Department of preventive medicine and public health University of Madrid in Spain, decided to conduct an analysis to determine how increases a Cup of coffee blood pressure and risk of cardiovascular events.
As it turned out, 200 to 300 mg of caffeine increases systolic blood pressure by 8.1 mm RT.article and diastolic 5.7 mm RT.article The increase in blood pressure observed during the first hour after drinking coffee and lasts about three hours.
Despite clear evidence of increased blood pressure after a Cup of coffee with caffeine, the researchers found no evidence of increased risk of cardiovascular disease associated with the consumption of coffee.
Source American Journal of Clinical Nutrition"