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Heart Inflammation and Mental Stress Study

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Heart Inflammation and Mental Stress Study

The aim of the study is to investigate the neural underpinnings of cardiovascular reactivity to mental stress as a function of HIV and hypertensive risk.

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Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Behavioral - Paced breathing

Individuals will be fitted with a respiratory transducer and receive auditory tones with which to pace their rate of inspiration and expiration in the experimental group.

Behavioral - Active relaxation

Individuals will be provided with headphones while resting quietly listening to soft music or be provided with a hand-held device to monitor electrodermal activity.

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Heart Inflammation and Mental Stress Study

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NCT03695146

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b68Bne