12 Symptoms of High Blood Pressure

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Your heart is one of the most important organs in your body, if not the most important. The primary function of the heart is to pump oxygenated blood to every single cell in your body and there are times when your heart needs to increase its work. When you exercise, your body can demand around five times your resting oxygen and blood needs, which means your heart needs to be in top shape to meet your body’s demand. However, when your heart is diseased, you may notice that you have some ill effects that could have you feeling not quite well. When your blood pressure is elevated (hypertension), your heart goes through a number of steps and processes to adapt to the high pressure. Overtime, this can certainly cause symptoms that could cause you to see a doctor. Listed below are 12 symptoms of high blood pressure that you should take seriously.

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When it comes to hypertension, there are a number of signs and symptoms that are associated with the condition; however, these symptoms are not conclusively causal of hypertension. Hypertension is a condition that widely has no cause and while it can easily be measured many adults do not monitor their blood pressure. For this reason, a large number of adults have hypertension and do not even know it, which is dangerous for a number of reasons. If you have not had a blood pressure check recently, make sure to have a qualified professional measure your pressure and if you are not able to have a professional do this for you, then consider other options.

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