1.   According to study in Oct. 24 in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology, taking blood pressure drugs at bedtime is the best.

2.   The study involved 661 patients with chronic kidney disease and hypertension.

3.   Half of them took the prescribed drugs at bedtime and half took the drug first thing in the morning.

4.   At 5.4 years, patients who took at least one blood pressure-lowering drug at bedtime had better control of their blood pressure and were about one-third as likely to suffer a heart-related event such as heart attack, heart failure or stroke.