Headaches And Nosebleeds Usually Appear On A Hypertensive Crisis

Headaches And Nosebleeds Usually Appear On A Hypertensive Crisis    

This Occurs When Blood Pressure Is 180-120 mm Hg And Can Be Life-Threatening    

High blood pressure usually does not have bothersome symptoms in its early stages. Its signs are headaches, nosebleeds, and shortness of breath, but they can be confused with other health conditions, and usually present themselves when the condition has developed into a severe or life-threatening stage, and has already done internal organ damage and affected the cardiovascular system. According to specialists, headaches or nosebleeds happen when there is a hypertensive crisis, in which blood pressure increases to 180/120 mm Hg or higher. If this is the case, the procedure is to rest for 5 minutes and test again. If the reading has not lowered, the patient must contact emergency services. Health guidelines specify that blood pressure should be between 90/60 and 120/80 mm Hg. The higher number is systolic pressure, which is the force in which the heart is pumping blood, and the lower number is diastolic pressure, which is the resistance of the vessels to the blood flow. More info click here.

 

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