When your blood vessels are under too much pressure (140/90 mmHg or above), you have hypertension (high blood pressure). Although it is common, if untreated, it can be dangerous. High blood pressure sufferers can not exhibit any symptoms. You can only find out by having your blood pressure checked. Blood pressure can be lowered by making lifestyle changes like eating healthier, giving up smoking, and becoming more active. Some patients could still require medication. Two numbers are used to represent blood pressure. The first number (systolic) represents the blood vessel pressure created when the heart contracts or beats. The pressure in the arteries between heartbeats is shown by the second number (diastolic). Unhealthy diets (excessive salt intake, diets heavy in saturated and trans fats, insufficient intake of fruits and vegetables), inactivity, use of tobacco and alcohol, and being overweight or obese are some of the risk factors that can be changed. Age over 65, having a family history of hypertension, and having additional illnesses like diabetes or kidney disease are all non-modifiable risk factors.


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