Blood Pressure: Don't Worry Be Happy
And according to a new study there’s good reason too. Research conducted by the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston suggests that having a positive outlook may help lower blood pressure in adults. Seem pretty logical to me. More from Reuters:
There is evidence that positive emotions can help keep a person's chemical and neural responses in balance, and help people handle stress better, Ostir and his team note in the latest issue of Psychosomatic Medicine.The report makes clear that targeting people's emotional well-being could be an effective way to help control their blood pressure. I wonder what feeling good, plus a nutrient-dense would do for you, hmm...
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