High Blood Pressure
Persistently elevated blood pressure in the arteries is called
as Hypertension (HTN or HT) or High Blood Pressure (HBP). Age, race, sex, lifestyle, family history, pregnancy,
and stress are some contributing factors of high blood pressure. There are four
stages involved in it they are
blood pressure between 120/80 to 139/89 is called as prehypertension, 140/90 to 159/99 is called as mild hypertension, 160/100 to 179/109 is called as moderate hypertension, 180/110 or higher is known as severe hypertension.
Severe headache, fatigue or confusion, vision problems, chest pain, difficulty breathing, irregular heartbeat and blood in the urine are some normal symptoms of high blood pressure. Making changes lifestyle and regular medication will help in reducing the high blood pressure. Depending on age, heart condition, emotions, activity and regular medications blood pressure may increase or decrease.
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