6. Frequent Nose Bleeding.
A nose bleed does not cause high blood pressure (remember that high blood pressure has no known cause), rather, nosebleeds are associated with hypertension. There are a number of factors that contribute to nose bleeds, with geographical location being a large player in the hydration status of your nasal cells. If you have recurring nose bleeds that are not explained, in addition to other symptoms and risk factors, then consider talking with your doctor so that you can get a thorough checkup of your health and blood pressure. Normal blood pressure readings should be 120 mmHg systolic and below and 80 mmHg diastolic or below.