Hypertension

Hypertension is what is referred to as high blood pressure by many people. It is measured in millimeters of mercury and recorded as two different numbers. One of the numbers presents systolic pressure and the other one present diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure is measured when the heart is beating while diastolic is when the heart is at rest. A normal human beings pressure should read 120/80. 120 mm present the systolic while 80 present the diastolic. If one has 140 systolic and 90 on diastolic, they are said to have high blood pressure. The condition is triggered by different factors on different individuals.

Below are some common symptoms of hypertension

Brain symptoms

fcvbnhjnkzxcvbA number of brain-related symptoms can lead to high blood pressure. In some cases, it results to low blood supply to the brain. This can cause the following, headaches, depression, convulsions, difficulties in seeing and walking. The signs above could mean any other disease, but if you experience them frequently, it could be hypertension. Visit your doctor for diagnosis.

Physical symptoms

People suffering from hypertension have problems tackling straineuos activities. They tire fast from simple exercises like walking up stairs, normal walking and even from stretch walking. If you experience the above, you are doing your heart big and irreversible damage. The condition makes the weak heart day by heart, and you are risking a heart attack. Keep note of your breathing and sweating levels. If you notice that you sweat and breathe heavy from simple activities, it could mean a serious health problem and In this case initial stages of blood pressure.

Other symptoms

rdfgvhbjnkzxcvOther symptoms include a sudden increase of urine passed and pains when passing. This condition can mean hypertension and can also damage the kidneys. If you note such changes, see the doctor immediately for diagnosis. Frequent urination means the body has few electrolytes. With time it will result in dehydration. High blood pressure can also affect one’s vision. In advanced levels, it causes lesions behind the eyes which at the end of the day can result in blindness.

The diseases is called a silent killer disease because some patients experience few symptoms or less frequent symptoms before they die from it. The symptoms given above can mean any other disease, but to be on the safe side, visit the doctor for diagnosis in case you experience them from time to time.