Anxiety and blood pressure appear to go hand in hand, but the symptoms of anxiety usually only lead to a short-term spike in your blood pressure, according to the Mayo Clinic’s Sheldon G. Sheps, M.D. “But episodes of anxiety can cause dramatic, temporary spikes in your blood pressure. If those temporary spikes occur frequently, such as every day, they can cause damage to your blood vessels, heart, and kidneys.
Anxiety disorders are some the most prevalent mental disorders in America. According to the American Psychiatric Association, almost 30% of the population suffers from the disorder at least once. While various treatments are available to help deal with anxiety disorder, ketamine is emerging as the most effective. Most medications used to treat anxiety don’t produce … Read more