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Uncontrollable stress
Hi, I couldn't control my anger even for small things and some times I get stress out which cause huge impact on my health and badly affects by increasing my blood pressure. Usually my bp is normal 124/85 but when I get stressed out completely it goes beyond 150 and some times it touches 170/110, I'm in need of real help knowing how to control my stress. Because of this now a days I am getting panic for no reason and some times getting panic attack as well. Now a days I'm confused whether getting panic increasing my BP or my stress cause BP and that cause panic for me. Kindly help me how to control my stress ? I'm an IT professional.
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Homoeopathy can help you. Please consult over phone for detailed case history and right prescription for your ailments.
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Yes You will require some counselling sessions Consult with me or any psychologist for therapy and counselling sessions All the best
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Hi..I am getting a picture that you are facing difficulty in controlling your reflexes.In our body everything is inter related..if you find it difficult to control your anger,the bp automatically rises...I would like to suggest you to please seek professional help which will help you in controlling your anger,knowing your triggers and what beat you can do to take control of it...Good luck
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Hi, our body and mind are interconnected. When you are stressed you get anxiety and Panic attacks. Your body gets tensed and adrenaline levels increase leading to increased heart rate and blood pressure. this could be made worse by drinking alcohol, smoking and also drinking too much of coffee and tea. Please consult a Psychiatrist. This will help you to formulate your problems and see whether you suffer from anxiety and/ or depression. If you are happy to start a medicine Psychiatrist may recommend a medicine. Otherwise psychological therapy could help. This can be accessed through a clinical psychologist who is trained in stress management and cognitive behavioural therapy.
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avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. avoid excessive amount of coffee and tea. focus on physical fitness , regular walking and meditation. relaxation will definitely help
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