High blood pressure or Hypertension is often referred to as a silent killer due to the fact that it doesn't have known symptoms but complications. This doesn't mean that when the blood pressure is alarmingly high that it wouldn't cause some changes in the body of the patient but it's just unlikely to happen.
In this article in line with a publication on Healthline, we are going to have a look at some of the later signs of high blood pressure in women that should not be taken for granted. Just sit tight and enjoy this article while learning something new.
What Are The Later Signs Of High Blood Pressure In Women?
These symptoms of high blood pressure often surfaces in some cases when it has caused some blood vessel damage and terrible issue in the body;
1. Red spots in front of the eyes often a symptom of damaged or bursted blood vessels due to the high blood pressure.
2. Dizziness - increased feeling of tiredness and dizziness all of a sudden that remains even when you have rested could also be an indication of higher than normal blood pressure in women.
3. Skin flushing may also be an indication that something has gone wrong with your blood pressure. But then, you can lower your blood pressure by taking some decisive steps and taking the medications given to you by the doctor seriously.
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