High Blood Pressure or often called as Hypertension can be described as a silent killer.
No one knows that they had a high blood pressure until they got their blood pressure measured.
But although hypertension has no obvious symptoms, it doesn’t mean that it is harmless.
It can cause some serious disease if you do not put attention to lower it.
Some most common symptoms that can indicate high blood pressure are:
1. Blood pressure rises very quickly.
4. Blurred vision
5. Nausea and vomiting
6. Chestpain and breath in short pace.
If you do not seek for help, high blood pressure can lead you to further serious organ damage.
Here are some organ damage that caused by chronic high blood pressure:
1. Heart attack
2. Heart failure
4. Kidney failure
5. Eye damage and progressive vision lost
6. Peripheral arterial disease causing leg pain when walking
7. Aneurysm, bulge of blood in the wall of blood vessel
You certainly don’t want to get some serious disease because of unhandled high blood pressure.
You can see some tips of how to lower your blood pressure on this page about blood pressure.