|delancy, I can tell you're a very anxious person. You need to have your anxiety addressed first. Even more than your physical problems. You're obsessed with the thought of possibly having diseases. Normal healthy people don't obsess over that.
You will die but realistically, the odds of you dying is very slim in your age group - only 1 out of 1000. That's it. Very slim and most of the deaths are from accidents and preventable diseases, not heart diseases.
Anxiety always causes high blood pressure. If you're anxious about your blod pressure being monitored, it will cause "white coat" syndrome.
Optimal pressure is around 120/80 or less.
Blood pressure usually go up to 190/80 when you exercise. That is good. If a dialostic pressure (the second number) increases, it signals a problem. If a systolic pressure doesn't increase by more than 40 while exercising then it signals a grave warning - expect death very soon and unfortunately, there is nothing that can be done to treat or reverse that problem.
You may look into lexapro. It may be effective for your anxiety.
|My blood pressure was higher then that adn heart rate at 150 when I had a panic attack at my drs he said tho it was jus becuase of the attack and not to worry.Juts to calm down. Blood pressure also goes up wen you exrecise no?|