I have a pre-existing heart condition, beeing overly sensitive cell on my right venticle out flow track. Abdassion have been done to this area. Have found that since that ablassions. through a good diet and exercise plan I have n not had any heart issue. However since having person issues with my work supervisor (personality clashs) and these clashes increasing wiht time I have found that my blood pressure essculate during these periods. The simplems are high blood pressure, arythmia and eptopic heart beat and short bouts of VT. When the TV occures I actually coff it out. I was told to do this by my Electrocardolist. All these brings on a horrible ansiety. What should I do? eg get a transfer, leave job, consult doctor. Just took blood pressure high that normal 170 over 99.
Sounds like a supervisor change within the same company or outside if you can manage. Look for something better, pay and more fun, enjoying your work should help reduce BP no matter who your supervisor is.
Try to put it all in perscective, you health is more important than anything your supervisor says or does, so minimize whatever conflicts occur..
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