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Dealing With Blood Pressure During Panic Attack

Panic disorder is characterized by spontaneous, unexpected, recurrent occurrences of panic attacks. Panic attacks are relatively short lived (usually less than 30 minutes) periods of intense anxiety or fear, which are accompanied by such symptoms as palpitations, chest pain, sweating and shortness of breath. The symptoms may be misdiagnosed as a serious medical condition (e.g. heart attack). Individual seeking treatment will usually describe the fear as intense and report that they were about to die, lose control, have a heart attack.

How To Cope With The Job Related Stress?

No doubt, a job is always stressful. The more you are in a responsible position, the more stress you are supposed to take. Accepting new challenges, meeting tight deadlines, working for long hours and day to day hassles, make the body vulnerable to serious ailments. Stress badly disrupts the body’s ability to process glucose, leading to diabetes. Stress is also responsible for the thickness of arteries thus developing cardio vascular diseases and high blood pressure.

Advice For Nurturing A Healthy Heart

We've all heard the statistics - heart disease continues to rank as America's #1 cause of death; cardiovascular disease and stroke now account for at least 40% of all American deaths; approximately one in two American women will eventually die of heart disease or stroke (compared with one in 25 who will eventually die of breast cancer).

5 Steps You Can Take Today To Lower Blood Pressure Naturally

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is not something to be taken lightly. It is a serious disease the cause of which is unknown. One fact health care professionals do know is that left untreated, high blood pressure over time can lead to serious heart disease and other vascular troubles, even death.

A Great Herbal Heart and Blood Pressure Healer!

Pleasant and inexpensive. Not a cure-all by any means but a good start. One to put on your table that is pleasant to eat as well!

An herb of many talents, Parsley!

Yes, that sprig of green that I see so many leave on their plate in restaurants!

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