Silent and sneaky, hypertension affects around 30% of the adult population worldwide, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Known as high blood pressure, it is one of the high-risk factors for cardiovascular diseases, like heart attack and strokes.
But the issue is that most times hypertension is only noticed through the frequent measuring of blood pressure. When the body starts giving signs, you have already developed the problem.
According to the experts, hypertension doesn't have symptoms. All the things you feel result from the damages caused to the organs.
However, there is an exception: the sudden spikes in blood pressure.
When these spikes happen, we have some specific symptoms that need to be medicated quickly to avoid the risk of heart attack or stroke.
Do you know what signs suggest hypertension or sudden spikes in your blood pressure?
Pay attention to these signs since they can indicate a hypertensive crisis!
Don't ignore these symptoms when you notice them, as an early diagnosis is key. The sooner you receive a diagnosis, the fewer injuries you will have.
What to do when you feel sick due to hypertension?
The best thing to do if you are dealing with an acute crisis or a chronic issue that affects the target organs is to remain calm and seek medical help as soon as you notice any symptoms.
The best way of preventing hypertension is to have a healthy lifestyle.
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