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Risk Factors that Cause High Blood Pressure

What Causes High Blood Pressure (primary hypertension)?

The causes of high blood pressure is not exactly known, but many risk factors are linked to high blood pressure, there are dozens of factors, but we emphasize 10 major risk factors, hope everybody can master these factors.

Risk factors are linked to high blood pressure

Secondary Hypertension

Secondary hypertension is caused by an underlying disease such as kidney disease, renal arterial stenosis, adrenal tumors, sleep apnea syndrome, etc., this type of high blood pressure is called secondary hypertension. About 5%-10% of hypertension is secondary hypertension. Various diseases and drugs can cause this type of high blood pressure, such as:

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