High Blood Pressure Unusual Symptoms: Could What You Feel be More Serious?
High blood pressure is commonly referred to as a ‘silent killer’ because many people overlook the warning signs and symptoms. It is important that you are aware of some of the less than common symptoms that should be recognised.
High blood pressure unusual symptoms are often left ignored or considered to be something else and not related to the high blood pressure. You should consider having your blood pressure monitored regularly by your doctor, nurse or even a pharmacist.
More than likely you are aware of the seriousness of high blood pressure and gaining control over it as soon as possible. With a prolonged diagnosis you can increase your risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney failure and stroke. Your risks can be greatly decreased with early detection and careful monitoring. Take the necessary precautionary measures to ensure your blood pressure is under control.
Here are a few of the less than common symptoms that are often overlooked or dismissed. Take note, and be sure to consult your medical care provider if you suffer any of these symptoms either alone or in a combination with each other.
Nosebleeds. Either an increase in the frequency or suddenly you begin to have nosebleeds. If you have never previously had a nosebleed and you begin to have them it is important that you call your doctor, this could very well be a change in your blood pressure.
Headaches are another symptom that are often overlooked or dismissed. If you experience more frequent headaches you need to contact your doctor. Headaches are caused by a lack of oxygen to the brain, this is because of the face paced pumping of your blood to the rest of the body. Many people that suffer from frequent headaches suffer because their veins and arteries are constricting from the excessive blood flow.
Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath.** Vision impairment, blurry vision.**** When there is a lack of oxygen supplied to the brain there can often be dizzy spells experienced.**
Unfortunately, not everyone has the same symptoms for blood pressure that is high. However, knowing both the common symptoms and uncommon symptoms is the best way for you to be able to determine if you are having an issue with regulating your blood pressure. Early detection and treatment is among the best ways for a person to avoid log term ill effects from the high blood pressure.
High blood pressure unusual symptoms often go over looked simply because they are not typical. If you are an adult over 40 years old, it is important that you have your blood pressure checked by your doctor regularly. More importantly, if you have a family medical history including high blood pressure, you should be checked more frequently and possibly at an earlier age.
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Alvin wrote for HealthCentral as a patient expert for High Blood Pressure.