Previously, some studies had found a link while others had not. What's most interesting being on the clinician side is that I often hear about how physically demanding (nice euphemism for physically active) one's job is. Therefore, that patient claims there's no need to exercise upon getting home. However, this meta-analysis suggests that there is a difference between physical activity at home vs work as the former is linked to a lower risk of developing hypertension while the latter isn't. Of course this study isn't designed to explain why but it does make one ponder the mysteries of life. In the meantime, make sure you do something once you get home, even after a tough day at the office, whether it's indoors or outdoors.