Hypertension is a hidden disease

Headache

People with very high blood pressure may suffer from severe headaches. If you experience severe headaches, it may be an early sign of high blood pressure.



Blurred vision

Blurred vision may indicate an increase in blood pressure. This is one of the symptoms that should not be ignored.




Shortness of breath

Feeling short of breath without any physical activity is a silent sign of high blood pressure.



Swelling of the legs

Any abnormal bloating in the legs is an important warning sign for high blood pressure.



Chest pain

Chest pain is an important symptom that should be followed up immediately, which is one of the early signs of high blood pressure.

If the disease becomes a crisis, the patient may experience headaches and nosebleeds.




Lifestyle changes can help control high blood pressure, such as:


-Choosing the right diet for cardiovascular problems

- Control salt consumption

- Daily and continuous exercise

- Having the right weight and losing weight if you are overweight.