Ellen Says: St Louis hospitals serve as excellent places to receive care for real medical emergencies, they are unsuitable for individuals with non-emergency problems. It is the best bet for Rachel, a dear friend of mine who suffered chest pain due to stress.Stress is a normal part of life. But too much stress can lead to emotional, psychological, and even physical problems -- including heart disease, high blood pressure, chest pains, or irregular heart beats.
She was exposed to long periods of stress, luckily, her body gives warning signs that something is wrong. These physical, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral signs of stress should not be ignored. They tell you that you need to slow down. If you continue to be stressed and you don't give your body a break, you are likely to develop health problems. You could also worsen an existing illness.
High blood pressure comes in many forms. Even a slightly elevated blood pressure is bad news but there are times when it can be extremely high and you must seek urgent medical attention, as soon as possible.It may seem a little scary to go to a hospital, but doctors, nurses, and other hospital workers are there to help people who are sick or hurt feel better.