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Q.What are some symptoms of hypertension (high blood pressure)
A. Nearly 1/3 of the people with hypertension do not know they have it. That is why it is often referred to as the silent killer. However, if your blood pressure is extremely high you can have symptoms such as • Severe headache
• Fatigue or confusion
• Vision problems
• Chest pain
• Difficulty breathing
• Irregular heartbeat
• Blood in the urine
• Pounding in your chest, neck, or ears
If you have any of these symptoms see a doctor immediately.
Q. What is considered a high reading?
A. When you have high blood pressure also known as hypertension, this means that either the systolic (top number) or diastolic (bottom number) pressure, or both are above what is considered the normal range.
Here are the current guidelines for high blood pressure as defined by the American Heart Association:
Stage 1 hypertension: A high blood pressure reading, is 130-139/80-89 mm Hg. A health care provider will likely recommend lifestyle changes.
Stage 2 hypertension: consistent reading of 140+/90+ mm Hg. A health care provider will likely recommend lifestyle changes and prescribe blood pressure medication.
Crisis Stage: 180+/120+ mm Hg. This stage requires immediate medical attention.
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