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10 Common Symptoms and Signs of High Blood Pressure

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Do you have high blood Pressure? Check with these common signs and symptoms

Blood pressure is a measure of the force blood exerts against your arteries. This article will eradicate your doubts and confusion regarding blood pressure. Check these common symptoms and signs of high blood pressure to validate or invalidate your fears. Most of the people ignore this condition and even those are getting medication, do it only for a short term. According to the studies 90% of hypertension patients are not serious about their medication. But it is actually a serious medical condition which will adversely affect your heart, brain, kidney and eyes if not properly controlled. To save the important organs in your body proper control of blood pressure is a must.

If you have high blood pressure, then you may be either in hypertensive or pre hypertensive state. You are a hypertensive patient if your pressure is above 140/90 as the normal range is 120/80. Pre hypertensive state which is between 120 and 140 is controllable by natural measures like exercise, lower cholesterol, proper vegetable intake and low salt intake.

High blood pressure, also known as the silent killer has no typical signs. It is called silent killer as it does not exhibit any specific symptoms due to which many are ignorant of this condition of their body which will lead to its untreated state. Many believe headaches, nosebleeds, fatigue dizziness etc. to be high blood pressure symptoms but they are wrong as the probability of occurrence of these is same in both patients and non-patients. They may be the signs but they are not conclusive.  

Most common symptoms associated with hypertension are headache, epistaxis or nose bleeds, ringing in ears, fatigue, confusion, sleepy feeling,  vomiting , decreased libido, blurry vision, vomiting and severe sweating. In rare cases, this condition when left untreated may cause brain swelling which can lead one into a coma. Even if you don’t have these symptoms, you may be a patient. Since these symptoms are not specific to the condition, the absence of these doesn’t mean you are safe from the condition. So to be on the safe side, make a practice checking your blood pressure at regular intervals. Even if your blood pressure is high or low make an appointment with your doctor .To can find more details about this in the highbloodpressuremed.com website.

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