Human Blood pressure. Origins of Pressure.
Human blood pressure is controlled by the central nervous system within the unconditioned reflex of circulation. Blood pressure increases or decreases as a natural physiological and psychological response to stimuli from the environment. If a person feels indignation, their pressure is raised and blood rushes to the face. If a person is frightened, their pressure goes down and skin turns pale.
High Blood Pressure. Arterial Hypertension. What is it? Causes of Disease.
Hypertensive disease is a learned form of behaviour in which the blood pressure increase response to environmental stimuli becomes uncontrollable by the CNS and threatens the person’s health. Thus, the disease is caused by a behavioural disorder of the unconditioned circulation reflex.
Arterial Pressure. Blood Pressure Pills. How to Decrease Pressure? Medication Treatment.
Generally, hypertension treatment using medications does not result in complete recovery mitigating only crisis peaks of hypertension. Using this approach, it is possible to remove symptoms but not causes of the disease. Therefore, the disease may take a chronic form. There are no pills against hypertension. Pills used for reduction of hypertension are extremely dangerous for health. People may suffer from chronic hypertension during the lifetime and spend a lot of money to maintain their health, until they remove the behavioural causes of their disease. Medication treatment of hypertension is to be necessarily accompanied by professional behavioural psychotherapy aimed at the normalization of the unconditioned circulation reflex.