Mini Case Study Two: Patient F is an African American woman, 36 years of age, with a history of mild hypertension. Her blood pressure has been fairly well controlled on an ACE inhibitor over the past two years. Patient F eats a well-balanced, nutritious diet, exercises three to five times a week, and does not have a history of smoking or alcohol use. However, she does exhibit many of the characteristics of the Type A behavior pattern, such as excessive competitiveness, being harried, and rushing to complete more and more tasks in an ever-shrinking period of time. In addition to these characteristics, she exhibits a somewhat cynical or negative outlook with occasional expression of hostile or angry thoughts and feelings.
Complete your analysis of the mini case study by addressing the following questions:
- What could have been done to prevent the chronic condition?
- Knowing what you do about different approaches to medicine (traditional and CAM), what practice would you suggest? Would it be a combination of the two? Provide specific details.
- What small changes could the individual make to improve her condition?
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