As men live longer, more face the challenge of difficult-to-control high blood pressure, reports Harvard Men’s Health Watch.

Sleep apnea. This common condition is marked by repeated pauses in your breathing—lasting from a few seconds to a minute or so—while you sleep. A 2014 study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine involving almost 300 people who had sleep apnea or were at high risk for heart disease found that sleep apnea quadrupled the odds of having resistant hypertension.