Blood Pressure REPORTS
Controlling high blood
pressure is a combination of factors. These factors include diet, exercise, monitoring and possibly
blood pressure medication.
High Blood Pressure Symptoms
Warning signs for high blood pressure symptoms are
listed in this article. You may be suffering from high blood pressure yourself and not know
it. Find out now – not
Blood is pumped
around your body via your heart; it is a unique system which keeps you going from the day you are born until the
day you die and is an essential part of keeping you alive.
however and usually as you get older the pumping mechanism doesn't quite work right and you find yourself
suffering with high blood pressure.
· Untreated High Blood Pressure Can Be
pressure if left untreated eventually puts the heart under strain because it is making it work much harder than
it should. The heart can only put up with this for so long before it starts to fail and cause damage to other
organs in the body.
· Do You Have High Blood Pressure? Are You Really
estimated there could be up to three in ten adults in the western world who suffer from high blood pressure,
often without them realizing they are suffering from what is known as the "silent killer" as they frequently
don't exhibit any symptoms. It's why it's always a good idea to have a regular medical check-up if you're over
· Consider Your Age Your H.P.
Men over the age
of 55 and women over the age of 65 or those women who are menopausal are more likely to experience symptoms of
high blood pressure, however as people in modern day society tend to lead more and more hectic lifestyles, the
more chances there are of younger people developing the symptoms of high blood pressure through stress and poor
nutrition due to a hectic lifestyle.
· You may be suffering from high blood pressure yourself and not know
it, for instance do you suffer from
* Dizzy spells
* Headaches (A classic symptom)
* Shortness of breath
* Blurred vision
You may have the
occasional headache or the odd dizzy spell, but how many times have you put it down to stress from your busy day
or drinking too much caffeine?
There are many
people who are more prone to high blood pressure than others, if you are middle aged and overweight for instance
then you are probably in a high risk category for high blood pressure and should ensure you are monitored
carefully by your health care provider.
If you don't show
any symptoms of high blood pressure such as headaches, dizziness, visionary problems or shortness of breath then
you are known as being asymptomatic.
particularly dangerous as high blood pressure left untreated for a long period of time can cause further major
health problems such as stroke and heart disease, kidney damage and damaged eye sight.
· Warning signs for high blood pressure symptoms
* Chest pains if you experience sudden
chest pain you should seek medical help immediately as any delay in treatment may have a disastrous effect on
your long term health or even your life.
* A severe headache that you can't shift
no matter how many painkillers you have taken should always be investigated.
* Numbness and sudden confusion in an
otherwise rational person should be examined straight away.
* Nausea or a
* If you suffer
from high cholesterol it can lead on to high blood
pressure (or vice versa)
sudden nosebleed is an early warning sign that your blood
pressure may have risen very high and need immediate attention.
* If you
smoke you are in the high risk factor for raised blood
* If you have
type two diabetes your blood pressure is also likely to be
should acquaint themselves with the signs and symptoms of high blood pressure as it can strike at just about
anyone no matter what their age.
Even though it is
more common in those people who are overweight and over 40, it can also strike at anyone including young adults;
it can also be a problem for children if they have other medical problems or if they are
medically unfit or obese.
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