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Emotionelle pressorische Reaktionen und etablierter Hochdruck beim Menschen

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Der Blutdruck des Menschen schwankt ständig im Laufe des Tages und der Nacht, je nach den Anforderungen an Blut und Sauerstoff in verschiedenen Körperteilen. Außerordentlich starke Blutdruckveränderungen sind deshalb die Regel bei schwerer Muskelarbeit wie auch bei einem emotionellen Streß, welcher als eine Vorbereitung zu einer maximalen Muskelleistung im Dienste der Abwehr des Organismus vor einer potentiellen oder wirklichen Gefahr betrachtet werden kann.

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