8. Generalized Fatigue.
Similar to the dyspnea listed above, fatigue is something that is often reported with high blood pressure. Fatigue can be caused from your heart not pumping blood effectively to the rest of your body, which is something that occurs with hypertension. When your heart has changed its shape to adjust to the higher blood pressure, your heart can compensate by thickening (which is not good for your energy levels) and decreasing the overall blood output to the body. If you have been feeling fatigue of recent days and increased rest has not helped your condition, then consider consulting with your doctor.