3 High Blood Pressure Symptoms That are Important
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Risk factors and symptoms for high blood pressure should be common knowledge for everyone, since many people have this problem and are unaware of it. Regardless of whether you show symptoms or not, it is wise to have your blood pressure checked on a regular basis. Many people neglect this simple check until they have a serious problem on their hands. Below we have listed some common symptoms of high blood pressure and if you have hypertension you may or may not experience them.
A common symptom of high blood pressure is frequent nosebleeds.
Those with frequent nose bleeds could have other problems that are not related to their blood pressure, but it is still worth checking into. Nosebleeds can happen to anyone occasionally, and it's only if the occur regularly that they are cause for concern. While anyone with hypertension can suffer from frequent nosebleeds, most commonly it occurs in those who are elderly. If high blood pressure is causing nosebleeds, this can be a dangerous sign that your blood pressure is extremely high and needs to be controlled.
Even if you have no other obvious symptoms, but you are easily angered or frustrated, you may be at risk for high blood pressure. There has been a link made between those with Type A personality on average are more likely to have high blood pressure and heart disease. An early warning sign of high blood pressure is then stress. Regardless of your stress level in your job or lifestyle, you can still learn to relax and control your stress. Prevent your blood pressure from rising this way.
Ringing in your ears (tinnitus) is one potential symptom of high blood pressure. Tinnitus can take many forms and it can have many causes apart from high blood pressure. If you have a bad case of tinnitus or it never goes away, you need to have it checked out by your physician because, in
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