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Symptoms of High Blood Pressure - Brief Study
It is true that high blood pressure is sometimes referred to as "the silent killer" (because there are very few
real symptoms for it), it is also true that there are some warning signs that you need to begin monitoring
your blood pressure. Of course, it's not hard to get your blood pressure checked, and everyone should do
this, whether or not you have any symptoms. Here are a few of the main indicators and symptoms of high
When you are diagnosed with high blood pressure, it's important to keep monitoring it, even if you are
receiving medication for it and aren't experiencing and particular symptoms.
While blood pressure can be controlled, either with medication, natural remedies or lifestyle changes, it
sometimes takes a while to find the treatment that works for you. Therefore, once you know that you have
this condition, you need to monitor it closely so that you can be sure that your chosen treatment methods
keep working. People on medication, for example, sometimes have to go through a variety of doses and
pharmaceuticals before they find the right cocktail that helps them lower their blood pressure.
High blood pressure can have serious consequences if it's not treated, and these include kidney disease
and diabetes. In fact, some people who don't get their blood pressure checked sometimes don't
experience symptoms until they have one of these serious conditions. Therefore, sometimes the first
symptoms of high blood pressure that you experience may actually be the signs of kidney disease of
Blood in your urine or the frequent need to urinate is a common sign of kidney problems. The symptoms
of diabetes include sudden weight and being more thirsty than normal. Whether or not these are related to
high blood pressure, they are serious symptoms that should be investigated.
If high blood pressure is not controlled, it can lead to something called malignant hypertension, which is
extremely high blood pressure. Regular high blood pressure doesn't always come with recognizable
symptoms but malignant hypertension can cause you to throw up, feel nauseated, get dizzy or even
experience pain around your eyes. Sometimes you might even pass out. Malignant hypertension can
sometimes pop up unexpectedly but it is more commonly caused by the failure to properly treat high blood
pressure that is only a little bit high. You need to immediately seek help if you start to become
symptomatic of malignant hypertension. High blood pressure can have many different symptoms, but in
many cases people are unaware of it until they have a checkup. Lots of
inhouse pharmacy have machines that will let you check your blood pressure but to be sure your reading
is accurate you will need to check it several times. If you are noticing any of the symptoms discussed in
this article or if you know of other risk factors that make you prone to this disease you should make sure to
visit your doctor and get your blood pressure checked regularly.