Factors That Influence The Increase In Blood Pressure In A Job?
Hi doctor, I want to ask the cause of the rise in blood pressure influenced by external factors such as noise, work climate or room temperature and workload. which of these factors most influences the rise in blood pressure? include the explanation yes doctor.
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Although not directly, uncomfortable environmental conditions, for example when activities in a noisy environment, too cold, or too hot, obviously can increase blood pressure. Likewise, the physical and mind burdens arising from work activities carried out. Why is that?
Blood pressure regulation is regulated by the autonomic nervous system, which is the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. The work of the nervous system is mediated by a protein called a hormone. When your body feels uncomfortable due to noisy environmental conditions or extreme temperatures, stress hormone products will increase. This stress hormone production can also increase when you experience physical or mind fatigue, for example due to workload that exceeds your ability. This increase in stress hormones can increase the work of the heart and trigger vasoconstriction (narrowing of the diameter) of blood vessels, so that blood pressure will increase. Even so, if you basically do not have certain medical disorders, this increase in blood pressure should not appear significant (up to more than 130/80 mmHg) and will return to normal in a short time without the need for special treatment.
In addition, there are many other factors that also affect the increase in blood pressure, including age, race, genetics, body posture (eg obesity or obesity), sedentary lifestyle, unhealthy eating patterns, smoking or consuming alcohol, and history of certain illnesses (eg kidney disorders, diabetes, thyroid gland, adrenal glands), and so on.
If you find that your blood pressure rises more than normal, you should check yourself directly to the doctor or a specialist in internal medicine, yes. If it is true that the doctor considers that you have hypertension, then treatment can be done with a variety of approaches, ranging from dietary arrangements, exercise, stress management, to administration of medicines.
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