Checking your blood pressure on a regular basis is the way that provides the most accurate results for assessing whether or not your blood pressure is too high. Why? In its earlier stages, hypertension rarely manifests itself with any noticeable signs or symptoms. Because of this, the condition is extremely dangerous because one-third of people who have high blood pressure are not aware that they have it until it has developed into a more severe stage. This makes the condition extremely dangerous.
When your blood pressure begins to rise to a severe degree, you are likely to notice clear indications, some of which are detailed further down in this article. According to an article that was published on WebMD, when your blood pressure begins to rise to a severe degree, you are likely to notice unmistakable indications. These warning symptoms are typically brought on when the high blood pressure begins to change or impair key vital organs and systems. These organs and systems include the cardiovascular system, the kidneys, the liver, and the immune system. Take a look at the list that is provided below:
1. Extremely painful headaches as well as problems with one's vision
When there is high blood pressure, it might have an effect on the vascular system in the periphery. An rise in blood pressure around the blood arteries of the face and brain can be the cause of severe headaches that often continue for a considerable amount of time if the person has hypertension. When there is a rise in pressure around the eye's arteries and veins, the eye itself is impacted, and if the condition is not treated, it can lead to troubles with the patient's eyesight
2. Chest pain
Angina pectoris is the medical term for pain that originates in the chest area. When there is an increase in blood pressure, the muscles of the heart will become more stretched out. This leads to a gradual weakening of the heart, which might present itself in the form of symptoms such as chest pain. Pain in the chest is a symptom that almost always points to an issue with the cardiovascular system and should be treated as an urgent medical situation whenever it occurs. The presence of high blood pressure is one of the most prevalent risk factors that might lead to cardiovascular disease.
3. Exhaustion and a state of bewilderment
The brain begins to deteriorate and become damaged when it does not receive an adequate supply of oxygenated blood, which nourishes it. This can lead to conditions such as Alzheimer's disease. This leads to a lack of coordination as well as the initial stages of feeling disoriented in the environment. When blood pressure is too high, other essential organs in the body become weakened as well. This typically results in an abnormally weak state of overall weakness throughout the body.
4. Signs of blood in the urine
When this occurs, it is a sign that the patient's blood pressure has significantly increased. Extremely high blood pressure has the potential to damage the kidneys if it is not managed properly. This results in a disruption of the normal function of the kidneys as well as the death of the cells that make up the kidneys. It is also possible that the normal process of producing urine will be hindered, which may result in blood beginning to collect in the urine. This is another risk associated with the condition.
5. Difficulty breathing in addition to a heartbeat that is abnormally fast or slow
Extreme When someone has high blood pressure, it might make it more difficult for their lungs to do their typical job of getting rid of waste gases. As a result, the body might not be able to acquire sufficient oxygen. There is also the possibility that the lungs are not receiving an appropriate flow of blood. Because of the damage that will eventually be caused to your lungs, it will become more difficult for you to breathe. You might also start to experience an irregular heartbeat that gets progressively worse over the course of time as a result of the effects that hypertension has on the heart. This is because of the effects that hypertension has on the heart.
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