Hypertension and Mental Health: Dangers & Prevention Strategies

There is a strong correlation between hypertension and mental health with hypertension having neurological and emotional implications.

Well, as different body parts depend on blood circulation, hypertension impacts many organs of our body.

Likewise, the brain is at high risk.

A reading below 120/80 claims normal blood pressure in adults.

Elevated blood pressure refers to a reading between 120 and 129 that often makes you feel stressed out.

Thus, the Psychological Effects of High Blood Pressure promote stress, anxiety, and, in severe cases, brain stroke.

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