Be Familiar With The Early Signs Of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure or hypertension is the elevated pressure of the flow of blood in the blood stream. This disease can cause a fatality if the person lets things go unnoticed or unmanaged. There are several early signs of high blood pressure that are actually not noticeable enough to be attributed to hypertension. These early signs of high blood pressure are quite common ailments that can be caused by any number of things which may not even be connected to having high blood pressure.


The Role Of Genetics Is The Early Signs Of High Blood Pressure

A person’s genes are probably one of the early signs of high blood pressure that is certainly early enough. Having a family history of high blood pressure in the family tree is a sure early sign of high blood pressure. Follow preventive measures to avoid the risk of hypertension if many of your family members have high blood pressure history. Obesity in the family is also another factor that can contribute to high blood pressure in a person who is one the way to being obese or overweight.


Other Early Signs Of High Blood Pressure

Other not so definitive signs of high blood pressure in men and women are nausea or dizziness when exerting effort, hyperventilation and shortness of breath when exerting effort and palpitations. All these early signs of high blood pressure will no be so noticeable if the person does not often exert effort. Another early sign of high blood pressure is a feeling of heaviness in the nape when tense of anxious. This feeling does not often occur in people who may have hypertension but it can be a definitive sign of high blood pressure for those with a family history.

Apart from the heavy feeling in the nape, all other early signs of high blood pressure are quite random and may not be initially associated with high blood pressure when one is not looking for it. Even the heavy feeling in the nape can be attributed to other things which will not point to high blood pressure.

The best thing to do if an individual does have a family history of high blood pressure is to have a check up to see how high his blood pressure is. Relying on recognizing early signs of high blood pressure may be too vague and too late. The early signs of high blood pressure are virtually not physically noticeable compared to having the blood pressure taken.

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