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Anxiety and blood pressure

In itself, the experience of anxiety or nerves does not cause a permanent increase in blood pressure. However, in some cases, episodes of anxiety can cause significant and rapid increase in blood pressure. It is in such moments, complications may occur, characteristic of a sharp rise in blood pressure: heart attacks, strokes, etc.

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Caffeine and Blood Pressure

Caffeine is a mild stimulant that is present in coffee, tea, chocolate, and some carbonated beverages. Excessive consumption of caffeine in humans, is not suffering from hypertension, leads to increased irritability. Amount of caffeine in 2-3 cups of coffee can raise systolic (ie, upper) blood pressure at 3-14 mm Hg, and diastolic (bottom) at ... Read more »

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Lifting weights and blood pressure

Weight lifting can cause a temporary rise in blood pressure. Sometimes a rise in blood pressure can be very significant - depending on what the weight of gravity.


However, a sharp increase in blood pressure can lead only to a sudden uplift of gravity. With regular exercise, including lifting moderate wei ... Read more »
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Lack of sleep and blood pressure

Some studies show that lack of sleep can lead to increased blood pressure.


In October 2007 the American journal "Hypertension" published a study that said that women who sleep duration of less than 7:00 at night, there is an increased risk of developing hypertension. The study involved 10,300 women aged 35 ... Read more »
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Symptomatic hypertension

Symptomatic or secondary hypertension is not an independent disease, and is accompanied by another disease, and serves as its симптомом.Симптоматические arterial hypertension account for 5-7% of all arterial hypertension. There are several forms of secondary hypertension.


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Hypertension - Risk factors

Before considering the risk factors affecting the occurrence of hypertension, it must be said that there are two types of this disease:

  • Primary hypertension (essential)
  • Secondary hypertension.
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Diagnosis of hypertension

Hypertension is often called the "silent" killer. The killer - because it leads to myocardial infarction and stroke, cardiac, and renal failure. A quiet - because, often, a person suffering from hypertension, can not even imagine having this in their pathology. The patient may be relatively high numbers of blood pressure, but no outward signs o ... Read more »

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