I seem to have high blood pressure during emotional situations. When I take medication it drops too low and I don’t feel well. I meditate, exercise, eat well, and I am not overweight.
What would you recommend?
Emotional stress can contribute to high blood pressure. Meditation and regular exercise are good choices to help lower stress. If you are unable to tolerate a drug prescribed to control blood pressure, you need to report this to your doctor. There are multiple medications to choose from. In addition, the RESPeRATE has been FDA Cleared and clinically proven to lower blood pressure and stress levels. It is important to manage your stress levels since stress can easily deteriorate your health, especially your blood pressure.