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What are (some of) the physical symptoms of high blood pressure?

A: high blood Pressure, also referred to as Hypertension, is a silent disease that most people are unaware that they have. Some of the symptoms include headaches, fatigue, confusion, vision problems, chest pains and difficulty breathing. If you experience any of these symptoms, you should see your doctor immediately. Have your blood pressure checked on a routine basis, especially if high blood pressure runs in your family. source(s): ...


physical symptoms of high blood Pressure

A: high blood pressure can have devastating affects. If left unchecked, the individual can suffer from stroke, permanent damage to blood vessels, and aneurysm. When the blood pressure is too high, death can also result. Although considered a silent killer, there may be physical symptoms of high blood pressure present before a life changing medical emergency takes place....


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,...


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. ...


Causes of high blood pressure?

A: Smoking, overweight, stress, high salt intake, CAD-coronary artery disease with high cholesterol from high fat diet. sitting around all day & eating mcdonalds There are many attributed causes, but the main thing is the fact that the circulatory system (the veins and arteries themselves) are not functioning as they should. That combined with the contributing factors such as weight, smoking, etc. cause the pressure to increase. The veins and arteries are supposed to be supple "soft" and they are supposed to constrict "tighten" and expand "Loosen". This is multi purpose, when you are cold the veins and arteries in your hands and feet constrict keeping the


What are the long term effects of high blood pressure? Is your memory effected?

A: high blood pressure, or hypertension, is one of the most common ailments prevalent in individuals over the age of 35. It is also known to affect 6% of all teenagers and 1% of all children. The fact that condition will, during its developmental phase, show no symptoms makes it hard to diagnose or for the affected individual to have even an inkling that there is a problem within his/her seemingly healthy body. When the condition reaches its advanced stages, the patient will start to experience fatigue, dizziness, palpitations of the heart and nosebleeds. Extreme cases


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-


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...


What are the possible causes, potential diseases and likely outcomes of having high blood pressure?

A: you are just at the boarder. the best thing for you to do is to stop worrying.l know many healthy individuals with your very same blood pressure. The best way to control it is through proper diet and exercise. Do not overdo it at the beginning. As a word of caution, many people who go on meds, seem to think it is okay to make poor nutritional choices and be sedentary. This may not be your scenerio, but you do seem like a worrier, and that can be a contributing factor. Dont worry about the worst case scenerio or you will not get better. Think about what you can do to make this condition improve. First, calm down. Getting overly excited is not going to help your blood pressure. The doctor can not diagnos. you with


What Are the Best high blood Pressure Remedies?

A: high blood pressure, or hypertension, is often called a silent disease, because it is possible to have high blood pressure for many years before symptoms appear. Headaches and dizziness are often the first signs of high blood pressure. Getting prompt and effective treatment for hypertension is important, because untreated chronic high blood pressure increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, heart attack and stroke. high

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