Stress and Blood Pressure Are Linked
Get your stress under control and you will gt your blood pressure under control.

As you are aware, a direct link exists between stress and blood pressure. A way of life which is stressful is normally believed to be a main source of hypertension as well as other ailments.

Actually, individuals are many times not very stunned when they find out that a person in a business or job which is high profile also ails from high blood pressure. It is literally anticipated that she or he will suffer from the condition.

Causes and Effects of Hypertension

Hypertension which is triggered by stress can cause cardiac issues which might endanger your health throughout your life. Due to their business demands, a lot of executives who are busy do not eat correctly or work out.

This leads to increase in weight which is harmful. When you include extra stress in high levels connected to work, you have a great recipe for numerous health issues.

High blood pressure raises the burden on important body organs. Organs such as the heart and kidneys might become so overburdened that they do not work efficiently any more.

They are not exact indicators; however, some high blood pressure signs are inclusive of lethargic feelings, decreased energy, rise in urination frequency, serious headaches, dizziness and nausea.

How to Keep Away From Stress in the Workplace

To prevent hypertension, what can a person in a job with high stress do? It might not be feasible to prevent stressful circumstances always; however, you can act to lower the effect.

Question yourself on whether you have formed a work environment where you are believed to be very important in your job. Do you or other people think that without you being directly available and involved work is not going to be carried out?

That kind of surroundings can cause a lot of stress and send your levels of blood pressure harmfully high. Recognize that no person is central and that business and life will survive without you. Actually, you will perform better at work if you avoid making high stress levels for yourself or other people.

Many times, it involves knowing your priorities. Consider carefully what is truly vital to you rather that what you think other people anticipate of you. If what you possess is not compatible with what you desire, begin to make alterations.

In case you consider yourself overworked at the workplace, request for some of your responsibilities to be delegated to other people in your office. Talk to your doctor about the best weight for you and if compulsory, start a program for reducing weight under his monitoring.

Ask your doctor what exercise program is going to be most ideal for you. Commit yourself to regular exercise and do it. In case your doctor advises alterations in diet like reducing salt intake to lower the danger of hypertension, adhere to it.

Meditation as a Method of Stress Reduction

A lot of individuals state that frequent meditation can assist in reducing blood pressure. Even between five to ten minutes each day can be of assistance. You do not require carrying out any mysterious tricks to gain from meditation.

Maintain simplicity. Sit comfortably, make your body and mind relaxed and calm your thoughts completely. If you like, silently observe your breath go in and out and avoid managing it in whatever method.

Do not be upset if you are unable to relax totally or get to perfect calmness of mind. This is not needed anyway. A sequence of small alterations will accumulate to a big variance in your health condition. Do what is essential to lower stress as well as blood pressure to controllable levels.

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Originally posted 2015-09-22 14:50:13.

Ray Plumlee
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Retired USN "Mustang"(Enlisted to Officer) Officer. World traveler, been to 38 countries.
After retiring in 1994, I kept myself busy traveling as an online web programmer. Maybe you heard of me, Have Web Sites Will Travel? I then retired for a second time in 2010. Recently to keep busy I started a 3rd career, a career dedicated to me. My full time dedication is to my health and fitness. My job is to research everything to do with health and fitness (Yes, sexual health) and everything else related. I workout 6 times a week, closely monitor my diet and nutrition. I have started an online blog dedicated to the health and fitness of men over 60. So you can see I keep myself very busy.

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10 thoughts on “How Stress and Blood Pressure are Connected

  • 7 April 2016 at 11:47 PM
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    Ray nice share once again. This topic is even better and important read for me. Good to know some effective ways to control stress and that stress controlling music therapy video is awesome.

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  • 5 March 2016 at 2:25 PM
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    I have high blood pressure and I have a stressful life. As good an article as this one is, I find others that contradict some of the points. Common sense though leads me to believe my current higher than normal BP is linked to the stress. I am old enough to retire, so I think I am going to. No sense pushing the envelop when I do not have to.

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  • 4 February 2016 at 9:28 PM
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    Interesting post. I’d downloaded a number of meditation music files but I did not have this one. Very nice. I originally started listening to relaxation music when I was driving long distances for business. Found some cds in a service station and needed something to listen to. That was probably 15 years ago. I have been using music as a tool to relax me ever since.

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  • 3 February 2016 at 8:35 PM
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    I can agree with the correlation here. That is part of the reason that I started to do yoga. Better for my mind, body and soul!

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  • 29 January 2016 at 9:37 AM
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    I lead a stressful life, not question about it. Kids and grand kids having financial troubles and me on a fixed income unable to help, plus a sick wife and a glum outlook for the country judging by the line up of POTUS wannabees. My blood pressure spikes when I’m stressed but returns to normal if I relax and can tune the world out. Are these spikes normal or should I be worrying about developing a long term, high BP health issue?

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    • 31 January 2016 at 7:32 AM
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      Sounds to me to be normal. On the other hand I’m not a Physician and don’t pretend to be. Since problems with High Blood Pressure have the potential to be very serious I suggest you consult with your Dr. just to be safe.

      Ray

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  • 28 January 2016 at 5:04 PM
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    My BP was climbing for years and finally reached the level where I had to go on medication. I did, but decided at the same time I had to attempt to bring it down naturally. I packed it in and moved to Nicaragua where I can live comfortably for a week on what my bare necessity expenses were back in North America. Stress level diminished, blood pressure is declining. I am not retired but I can work an hour or so a day and pay the bills, so work is not the demanding, stressful enviornment it once was.

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  • 26 January 2016 at 1:52 PM
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    I have always thought stress was a greater risk factor than coffee. I’m a coffee addict and always people are harping at me that, ‘at my age’, coffee is going to kill me. Usually I am being scolded by someone morbidly obese who’s smoking a cigarette and drinking a scotch. I never smoked, nor do I drink much alcohol. Anyway, I have outlived many younger friends and family members, and all were stressed out worriers. Some would worry about not having something to worry about. I’m going to share a link to this post with my surviving friend and family I think.

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  • 25 January 2016 at 6:52 AM
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    I agree 100% with your article. I just wish I knew how, in this stress filled, modern age, I am going to void my life of stress. Maybe go live in a monastery where I have to take a vow of silence, or maybe a cave far from other people. At times either seems like it would be an idyllic life.

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  • 22 January 2016 at 8:23 PM
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    Great article. I have high BP and recently had a mild stroke. I seem to have recovered completely but it was a wake up call for sure. I have dropped weight, exercise and avoid stressful situations like the plague. Doctor’s orders. Taking early retirement.

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