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eye symptoms of high blood Pressure

A: high blood Pressure high blood pressure, known as hypertension, is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases for which treatment is available. Millions of Americans have it and many are unaware of it. symptoms are normally "silent" until it reaches an advanced stage. Not only is it considered a major risk factor for both heart attack and stroke, it is also a cause for vision loss. Click on image to enlarge....


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What are the symptoms of high blood pressure?

A: The only symptoms you need take any notice of are sudden, perceptible, and recognizable CHANGES. I don''t mean minute to minute, hour to hour or even day-to day changes. I mean definite, real rises that stay with you and indicate to you that something has changed. Then, you can start to worry and go see the doctor. But take no notice of all the tosh written here about ''this'' or ''that'' being too high, or too low, or "hypertensive" .... It''s all rubbish. So are all the "headaches" and "feeling bad" , "dizziness", cr*p. What you read from your BP monitor ISN''T your blood pressure... it''s really as simple as that. When your...


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What are some hidden symptoms of high blood pressure? I took my blood pressure today and it was?

A: There could be a lot of reasons for high blood pressure. Some of the symptoms are fatigue, dizziness, problems with your eyes, like a blurry image that lasts seconds, feeling sleepy. the symptoms are similar to the ones caused by hypoglycemia. all these are common symptoms but check your blood pressure again because it could just be caused by a medication you took. If not go to your doctor and get some tests and medication if needed. It''s high, but you can try natural means to lower it before you go on meds: 1) Lower salt to 1500 mg/day 2)...


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Am I experiencing symptoms of high blood pressure?

A: Marcy,   Thanks for your question.    First of all, it is never too early to be tested for high blood pressure, which can occur at any age.  These certainly could be symptoms of high blood pressure.  But another consideration is a form of migraine headaches.  Should your pressure be normal, I would also consider a evaluation by an ophthalmologist to be complete.   So, to answer your question, it is essential that you be seen by your physician to have a complete evaluation which should include your blood pressure reading,...


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If at all I feel no symptoms of high blood pressure, is there still a problem?

A: As a matter of fact, most people with high blood pressure do not experience any symptoms at all. Conditions such as headache or blurry vision, usually indicates severe or long-standing high blood pressure. However, over time, uncontrolled high blood pressure causes significant damage to important organs including the heart, kidneys, brain, and eyes. In a number of cases, this damage can lead to death. This is why high blood pressure is sometimes referred to as ''the silent killer.'' It would be...


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Signs of high blood pressure?

A: headache, blurred vision, dizziness, palpitations, nape pains! There are no signs, that is why its called the silent killer. Sometimes the first sign of hypertension is a stroke. There are times when a bad headache at the back of the head can signify hypertension. Most people with high blood pressure feel perfectly normal. Check it out at mayoclinic.com. Head aches, dizziness, Sleeping nonstop, and dry mouth. Well, have you ever heard the saying that high blood pressure is the "silent" killer? Some people experience a full Spectrum of symptoms, while others experience none at all. ...


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What Are the Different Types of high blood Pressure Medications?

A: high blood pressure is a common problem and often requires the use of prescription medications. There are several different types of high blood pressure medications available. The type of medication prescribed will depend on the overall health of the patient as well as the reason for the elevated blood pressure. Some common types of high blood pressure medications include diuretics, beta blockers, and ACE inhibitors. Diuretics are commonly prescribed as

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WHAT IS THE CAUSE of high blood pressure?

A:  What Causes high blood pressure? The exact causes of high blood pressure?are not known. Several factors and conditions may play a role in its development, including: Smoking Being overweight or obese Lack of physical activity Too much salt in the diet Too much alcohol consumption (more than 1 to 2 drinks per day) Stress Older age Genetics Family history of high blood pressure Chronic kidney disease Adrenal and thyroid disorders http://www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-b... my...


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Is headaches during pregnancy a sign of high blood pressure?

A: 1. Headaches during pregnancy is a sign of headaches during pregnancy, if you're concerned consult your doctor. 2. could be stress take it easy if head aches continue see your dr 3. yes i had headaches and it was because i suffered pre-eclampsia 4. headaches is a sign for everything - hormones, low iron, dehydration, high bp... etc etc It's just another one of those annoyin pregnancy symptoms! lolz!!! 5. headaches are very common during pregnancy, i suffered from them my whole first trimester and a little bit into my 2nd. However it can be a cause for concern and a possible sign of high blood pressure but it...


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high blood pressure???

A: headaches, red face, sweating and out of breath. I was a slim 32 year old female with no health problems when I was diagnosed with high blood pressure on a routine check for something else.Turned out it was familial.So my advise to everyone is get it checked. Oddly enough after being on meds for three years had it checked again and I''m fine and no longer need any medication.Must''ve done something right so it''s not the end of the world.No symptoms by the way. there aren''t any symptoms ! it just means over time that your veins and arteries become narrower, which in turn means more work for the heart. thinning the

 
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