Are You Experiencing High Blood Pressure Symptoms?
Because the symptoms of high blood pressure are few, prevention and screening are the way to go to protect your health. At every check up, your doctor should measure your blood pressure. Getting it done once doesn't show your true average. The average blood pressure is whatever your normal blood pressure measurement is.
Although many people suffer from this condition, they don't always experience or notice the symptoms of high blood pressure. Often, a person may experience high blood pressure symptoms but they can be confused with symptoms of another disorder or condition. However, there are a few symptoms that most people with high blood pressure will experience at one point or another. Here are the most common.
* Headache - One of the biggest giveaways of high blood pressure symptoms. * Vertigo * Irritableness * Nausea * Feeling Hot * Faintness
When high blood pressure is left untreated, it can cause many issues, like organ damage. Heart attack, stroke, eye damage and vision problems, and aneurysms are just some of the damage that high blood pressure can cause. You need to get in touch with your doctor immediately if you notice any of these symptoms of high blood pressure. Getting it under control can mean the difference between life and death. If high blood pressure is something that runs in your family, you should have your blood pressure taken regularly. You need to watch for arising problems even if you've never experienced the symptoms.
Exercising, eating a healthy diet, not smoking, and avoiding alcohol are all things you can do to help prevent high blood pressure problems and symptoms. Prevention: That's the key to healthy and happy living. Take the time to take care of your life and your health.
Published October 24th, 2007
Filed in Health