Blood pressure in the circulatory arteries is called blood pressure. Blood pressure symptoms include nosebleeds, dizziness, palpitations, and sweating. The person’s stress and anxiety can cause sudden blood pressure to rise. Anxiety, fear and excitement cause a sudden rise in blood pressure, making the treatment process difficult. Proper nutrition and spiritual comfort balance blood pressure. Excess salt consumption, smoking, inactivity, excessive alcohol consumption will adversely affect blood pressure. Blood pressure can be brought under control with lifestyle changes or in some cases, drug therapy is applied. So does stress trigger blood pressure? What are the stress-related and psychological blood pressure symptoms?