Home | Diabetes | Hypertension | Stroke | Heart Disease | Kidney Disease | Cancer | See All

High Blood Pressure

Overview | Symptoms | Cause | Complications | Diagnosis | Treatment | Self-Management | Diet


High Blood Pressure patients are numerous, but about 50% of the patients did not know they have this disease. Because many patients with high blood pressure have no symptoms, even if their blood pressure reached a very high level (SBP > 200 mmHg), their bodies have adapted to this blood pressure, but the damage of blood pressure to blood vessels is stealthily occured, this is putting patients at risk.

Some patients with high blood pressure may have headache, dizziness, feeling of fullness in the head, stiff neck, nose bleed, numbness of limbs, memory loss, dysphoria, lose sleep, snore, and so on. If you have these symptoms, check your blood pressure.

Symptoms of High Blood Pressure include:

Next Page:
What Causes High Blood Pressure?

See also:
High blood pressure is a silent killer
Prevention of Low blood pressure (hypotension)
Your blood pressure might change throughout the year
Should patients take hypotensive before their return visits to doctor?
Drugs for complications of hypertension
How to Recognize Antihypertensive drugs Side Effects?
The Antihypertensive Characteristics of Antihypertensive Drugs and the Target People
Masked hypertension (high blood pressure)

Related links:
Home > High Blood Pressure

Copyright © 2008-2017 Guands All Rights Reserved.