Symptoms of High Blood Pressure Hypertension
High blood pressure typically has no symptoms, that is why we can call it as
Silent killer. Although there are many coincidental symptoms that are widely believed to be
associated with high blood pressure. These include headaches, nosebleeds, dizziness, a flushed face
and fatigue. Although people with high blood pressure may have many of these symptoms, they occur
just as frequently in those with normal blood pressure.
If a person has high blood pressure that is severe or longstanding and left
untreated, symptoms such as headache, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, restlessness,
and blurred vision can occur as a result of damage to the brain, eyes, heart and kidneys. In rare
cases, high blood pressure may cause brain swelling, which can lead to drowsiness and coma.
Breifly Hypertension has following common symtoms