Maybe so! If you take blood pressure medication, you may receive more benefit if you take at least one of the pills at bedtime.
Taking the medication at bedtime was associated with lower diabetes risk. This was based on a study of over 2000 patients.
The nighttime group also had better blood pressure control as compared to those patients who took their hypertensive medication in the morning. This benefit was seen for three classes of high blood pressure medication: angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs), ACE inhibitors, and Beta-blockers.
This most recent study is the third study to show a benefit of taking at least one high blood pressure medication at bedtime. Talk to your doctor if this change is appropriate for you.