As a result, the resistance increases, further increasing blood pressure. Studies have shown that residents of areas with high crime is more prevalent hypertension
High blood pressure - only one of the side effects of stress. Long-term or repeated stress leads to depression, increased risk of diabetes and / or peptic ulcers (gastric and duodenal ulcers), reducing the level of sex hormones and the general decrease in the ability of the immune system to fight disease. Platelets can become more "sticky" than they should be putting you at greater risk of cardiac disorders. The balance of chemicals the body after the stress is usually restored. But when too much stress, the levels of these substances in the gaps can "hang" on the stress marks, corresponding to the high speed of the body, keeping you constantly elevated blood pressure and putting a greater risk of heart disorders, ulcers and other complications.