← Return to Managing Stress, High BP & Aneurysms: What can we do & not do?

Discussion
Comment receiving replies
@upartist

Good morning Suz1950. It looks like you are receiving good care. That part of the "worry" should be comforting, and is foundation for you to be given control over the behavioral components to your care plan…. namely, stress control, physical activity, and nutrition. A care plan is always a package deal. Stress management always needs a "personal" design, because our daily lives/thoughts are our own. You could look at the modalities of schedule, music, sleep, simple small time-outs with sound elimination while moving or not moving. The choices are numerous in whatever helps you personally to achieve "existing in the moment of relaxation and mindfulness". I hope this helps.
UP Artist

Jump to this post


Replies to "Good morning Suz1950. It looks like you are receiving good care. That part of the "worry"..."

I found your reply helpful and validating, @upartist. You are right, knowing that I am in good hands is a great comfort. I like the way you express how this is a foundation for gaining control over the things that I can do to positively impact my health in this situation. Taking some kind of constructive action is my "go-to" coping strategy and always makes me feel better.
I completely agree about stress management needing a personal design, and while I've done a bit of that I can see there is much more I can build upon with the components you mention (all important and personally meaningful to me).
Thanks again!
Suz1950

  Request Appointment