Can Anxiety Attack Cause High Blood Pressure

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So, can anxiety cause high blood pressure?
There’s been so much study done on this that we know that anxiety can cause high (and low) blood pressure but in the majority of cases, this is temporary and in short spikes of pressure.

High blood pressure, also know as hypertension, should subside after an attack but if you are having anxiety frequently then this can have a negative effect on your health.

In the same way that chronic or permanent blood pressure would have.

Can Anxiety Attack Cause High Blood Pressure
Can Anxiety Attack Cause High Blood Pressure
If these spikes are occurring frequently, like every day, then consult your health professional for further advice, especially if you have trouble controlling panic and anxiety and it interferes with your daily activites!

For me, I found that I could reduce the frequency of my panic attacks and bring my blood pressure back under control using a very simple and free technique.

And that’s where this FREE Download comes in!

I’ve managed to bring my anxiety and panic under control with some of the techniques which you can find on other posts on this website!

However, now and again those feeling can return and when they do, I turn to this download.

Whether you’re shopping, at work, home or driving, you can just hit the play button on your phone and in most instances get immediate relief.

The download has been created by a world famous anxiety coach, Barry McDonagh, and when you listen to this audio track you’ll soon see why!

This so works and if you have a panic or anxiety attack again you can interrupt it straight away with this free download.

Here’s the link again: https://mindsetuniverse.com/panic-away

By the way, this is also great when you just want to find sometime for yourself, relax and leave the world far behind!!!

I’d love to know if this works for you or if you have another way to reduce and stop panic attacks. As always, sharing is caring so let everyone know in the comments.

Thanks for reading and try not to worry when you don’t have to.

By the way, if you want to watch the video which accompanies this post, click HERE.

Jon

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