50 Body Myths You Should STOP Believing (Part 4)

Stress causes hypertension.

Stress may temporarily increase your blood pressure when your heart beats faster, but it doesn’t actually cause long-term high blood pressure. Other behaviors that stress your body out, like poor sleeping habits, drinking a lot of alcohol, and overeating may put you at risk for high blood pressure over time.

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