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Introduction:Anxiety and stress are known to increase blood pressure. Psychological methods and behavioral therapy are appropriate and low-cost methods in hypertensive patients. This study aimed to assess the effect of biofeedback and biofeedback-assisted relaxation on stress and anxiety in patients with mild hypertension.Material and Methods:10 sessions were held every other day for the intervention groups. The subjects received 15 minutes of relaxation every session. Blood pressure wasdoaj:5462cc5986aa43d695e5fddb95554f91 fatcat:wducg35hmbe23hw2r3k6nhwrie