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What Are The Effects Of Stress On Children's Health

Stress at a young age can cause metabolic disturbances leading to hypertension at a stage later in life.Another study suggests that people with parents who develop hypertension before 55, also struggle in regulating their blood pressure.

UPI News reports that in the former case, the idea is not that childhood stress will result in high blood pressure in later life for sure, but it increases the possibility os such a disorder. Children exposed to stress and problems often develop high blood pressure when they are adults.

So if the children are found leading a stressful life, then steps should be taken to lessen their stress to avoid hypertension like metabolic disorders in later life.The experiments suggest that children having anxiety and anger issues have a diastolic pressure of 65 compared to children with less stress of 60 diastolic in adult life.


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