Managing Stress and High Blood Pressure

Managing Stress and High Blood Pressure is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard your health. A number of physical changes occur in your body when you are under extreme stress. Adrenaline and cortisol are released into your blood, which make your heart beat faster while constricting blood flow. The medical term for this is “Situational Stress.” When your stress level decreases, so do these conditions. Periods of chronic stress keep your blood pressure at high levels, increasing the risk of dangers you face from ongoing high blood pressure.

My Complete Health Through Nutrition philosophy is built upon management of high blood pressure and anxiety through healthy eating and light exercise. When you determine the causes of your stress, you become empowered to deal more effectively with external forces that rob you of your peace, your energy, and your overall health.

You can learn more in my books, my Interactive Health and Wellness Seminars, and through my Personal Coaching Services.

Managing Stress and High Blood Pressure