Stress Can Cause High Blood Pressure

“Constant stress creates a neurological shift into what we call a Fight or Flight response when our Sympathetic Nervous System ramps up,” according to Dr. Bartoe, “In this stress response, we will have higher blood pressure, higher heart rate, decreased blood flow to our intestines and can even have problems with blood flow to the brain.”

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