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Symptoms of Hypertension

Hypertension is the medical or clinical term for "high blood pressure. "It is a very common medical problem and a leading cause of heart attack, stroke, and chronic kidney disease.

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পোস্ট আপডেট 2021-02-08 11:33:08   9 months ago

Most people who have hypertension only develop symptoms when their condition progresses enough to cause damage to the inner walls of their arteries.2 In many instances, the very first sign of hypertension is a sudden heart attack or a stroke. This is why hypertension is often called "the silent killer."
Hypertension does not usually cause any noticeable symptoms. When it does, you might experience dizziness, shortness of breath, headaches, and nosebleeds, which could indicate that your blood pressure is high.


?Complications such as heart disease, stroke, and kidney failure can occur if long-term hypertension is not adequately treated. A hypertensive emergency, which is an uncommon and dangerous event, may cause blurry vision, nausea, chest pain and anxiety.


?Overall, the vast majority of people who have hypertension, which is described as chronically high blood pressure (>130 mm Hg or diastolic pressure >80 mm Hg), do not experience any symptoms of the condition. It is usually diagnosed in the doctor's office with a simple blood pressure measurement using a blood pressure cuff.
?Symptoms that do occur, if present, may indicate temporary fluctuations or elevations in blood pressure, and can be related to the timing of medication doses. Generally, the symptoms of hypertension can happen at any time, do not last for long, and may recur.
?Recurrent headaches: Headaches are fairly common among people with or without hypertension. Some people with hypertension notice changes or worsening of headaches when medications are skipped or when the blood pressure becomes higher than usual. Headaches associated with hypertension can be mild, moderate, or severe3 and can be of a throbbing nature.


Dizziness: People with hypertension may notice dizziness in relation to medication doses and blood pressure fluctuations.
Shortness of breath: Hypertension can cause shortness of breath as a result of the effect on the heart and lung function.
? Shortness of breath is more noticeable with physical exertion or exercise. Nosebleed: You may be more prone to nosebleeds if you have hypertension, although, in general, nosebleeds are not a classic sign of high blood pressure.
Rare Symptoms
?Extremely high blood pressure that occurs suddenly is more likely to produce noticeable symptoms than chronic hypertension. However, it is important to know that even very high blood pressure may not produce symptoms.
?Severe high blood pressure is defined as systolic pressure of >180 mm Hg or a diastolic pressure of >120 mm Hg. People with severe high blood pressure can develop symptoms quickly, including
?Blurry vision or other vision disturbances: Blurred vision and vision changes are warning signs that you could be at risk of a serious health problem, such as a stroke or a heart attack.
?Headaches: Headaches associated with very high blood pressure tend to be throbbing in nature and can develop rapidly.
Dizziness: The dizziness of very high blood pressure is described as vertigo (a sensation that the room is spinning).
?Nausea, vomiting or loss of appetite: Nausea associated with severe hypertension can develop suddenly and may be associated with dizziness.



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