Hypertension and Stress

Hypertension is a condition in which symptoms are usually not present. In some cases, an individual may feel lethargic, headache, and increased urination. Hypertension does not have a specific cause, but rather many possible underlying health diagnoses, such as obesity, improper kidney function, hormonal imbalances, and heart disease. These symptoms combined are usually classified as metabolic syndrome. Other causes may included emotional stress, anxiety, and improper diet. In Chinese medicine, Hypertension can be easily preventative and regulated by laser acupuncture, acupuncture, and proper nutritional/lifestyle advice. 

Signs & Symptoms

Hypertension symptoms are difficult to diagnose because they usually do not appear. Possible signs include: 

  • High blood pressure (130-139 mm Hg/ 80-89 mm Hg) or higher
  • Shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Frequent urination
  • Headache

*It is best to prevent Hypertension by primarily decreasing the risk for the at-risk populations (120 – 129 mm Hg / 80 mm Hg). 

Causes:

Each patient diagnosed with hypertension usually has similar causes:

  • Obesity
  • Hormonal imbalances (such as diabetes for example)
  • Kidney dysfunction
  • Heart disease 
  • Anxiety, and stress or emotional strains
  • Poor nutrition

How We Treat It

Over the years, our team of Chinese medicine specialists at the Nei Jing center in Jerusalem has achieved excellent results with many patients in the treatment of hypertension

Our methods can very effectively diagnose and prevent hypertension due to underlying imbalances in the body. After a first consultation meeting, during which we will look at your health history and determine the specific patterns of imbalance that may be present in your case, we will lay out for you an individualized course of treatment tailored to your needs, and direct you to the right member of our team. Therapeutic methods that we specialize in include:

  • Acupuncture
  • Chinese herbs
  • Tuina massage and cupping
  • Reflexology
  • Lifestyle and dietary advice

For a consultation meeting please call

Practitioner

שמעון פאול פרידלנדר​
Lead Practitioner
Shimon Paul Friedlander