Can stressful events raise your blood pressure?

Answer Stressful events can raise your blood pressure by causing a temporary spike. For example, if you are stuck in traffic and are stressed about it, your heart will beat faster and your blood vessels w... Read More »

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Can progesterone raise your blood pressure?

A female hormone, progesterone, is used as a hormonal supplement for pre-menopausal women and a treatment in menopausal women receiving estrogen replacement. reports that progesterone (p... Read More »

Can wine raise your blood pressure?

On One Hand: Red Wine Linked to Heart HealthWine -- red wine in particular -- has been linked to heart health. A prime example of this occurred with the "French Paradox," where certain regions in F... Read More »

Can receiving fluid raise your blood pressure?

Fluid intake can raise blood pressure. Severe dehydration from fluid loss can lower blood pressure. Drinking water and fluids may be enough to correct mild dehydration. When dehydration is severe, ... Read More »

How high can panic raise your blood pressure?

Panic or anxiety often leads to temporarily higher blood pressure. The associated adrenaline release can cause the heart to beat faster, resulting in significantly higher blood pressure. For most p... Read More »