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Best Tips By Dr. Julio Licinio For Controlling Stress To Reduce Blood Pressure Level  

  

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High blood pressure has become a household name due to the changes in lifestyle. Now people are living with extensive competition to perform well in professional life. The personal life of the urban people is not a smooth sail either. Along with that, they don’t have much time to care for health. The food habits have gone to worst as they prefer easy and fast gratification. For all of these reasons, the blood pressure level is not controlling. Dr. Julio Licinio has claimed that stress is the main culprit behind this problem.

Dr. Julio Licinio is a renowned psychiatrist who is Senior Vice President for Academic and Health Affairs and Executive Dean in the College of Medicine. Along with that, he is acting as the distinguished professor of the Department of Psychiatry, Pharmacology, Medicine and Neuroscience & Physiology in the New York’s State University Of New York Upstate Medical University.

In a recent session in the university, he has blamed that the fast lifestyle is only meant to achieve many wealth in life but it is affecting the biggest wealth of human being – the health. When you are in stress, the body will produce hormones that will increase the blood pressure temporarily.

According to Dr. Julio Licinio, if you don’t get time to work for your health, then there are certain behavioral changes that will help to reduce the stress level.

Tips to control stress in our every day’s life:

  • If you are a chain smoker, then you must know how harmful it is for your health. You have to quit smoking for the sake of your health.
  • Alcoholic people have more tendencies to surge up blood pressure. It is better to control the habit of drinking too much alcohol.
  • Avoid eating junk foods which you can grab on the go. Change the diet to the healthier type by including protein, fresh fruits and natural resources of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
  • You have to speak your mind out with your friends and family members. If you stay isolated from them, there are more chances for stress and depression.

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