Do not drive in emergencies.
For patients with high blood pressure, Hearing about the news that family members or friends fall ill or that they have accidents in their work, etc. is enough to cause a sharp elevation in patients’ blood pressure, and driving will cause their blood pressure to go even higher.
Patients with high blood pressure should have a rest after a long-distance driving, and their driving distance per day is limited to about 200km. When driving for a long distance, they had better go off the vehicle to take a rest for over 15 minutes after a 90-minute driving.
They should not drive too fast on the highway. When the traffic on the highway is not heavy, accelerating the speed of the vehicle can still elevate patients’ blood pressure. They should drive their vehicles in a steady mood, which is conducive to the stability of their blood pressure.
Patients with high blood pressure should keep their lower bodies warm when they drive in cold weather.
Patients with high blood pressure should try not to drive at night.
Patients with high blood pressure should avoid losing their temper when they hit the traffic jam, and instead, they can hum songs or listen to light music.
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