Female age 50.I take amlodipine 5mg and losartan 50mg for high blood pressure. . Is it best to take at night or in the morning,?

Doesn't matter. There are no scientific data indicating that morning versus evening intake of meds are any different in terms of BP control and cardiovascular outcomes. The important thing is to take medicine regularly. .

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