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High blood pressure: These 3 signs indicate your blood pressure levels are alarming high

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1. Watch our for these alarming signs of high blood pressure

Hypertension, or High blood pressure, is a major cause of many cardiovascular diseases. A clot occurs when blood pushes too hard against an artery wall. According to the World Health Organization, "About 63 percent of deaths in India are caused by NCDS, 27 percent of which are cardiovascular diseases." In other words, high blood pressure is the most common risk factor for heart disease.

Blood pressure below 120/80 mm hg is considered normal. Any more conditions may indicate that you have high blood pressure, and depending on how high your blood pressure levels are, your doctor may recommend treatment.

2. High blood pressure is a silent killer

Worryingly, high blood pressure can come without any signs or symptoms. It is often called a silent killer because the disease has no specific indicators.
According to the American Heart Association, "Hypertension (HBP, or high blood pressure) has no obvious symptoms that something is wrong." They added: "The best way to protect yourself is to be aware of the risks and make important changes."

3. Warning signs of high blood pressure levels

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No specific signs of high blood pressure. However, once you develop it, your heart is at great risk. While HBP can be difficult to detect without a proper diagnosis, certain warning signs may appear when you are already in the severe phase.

4. Headaches and nosebleeds

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Often, there are no signs of high blood pressure. However, in most extreme cases, people may experience headaches and nosebleeds, especially when blood pressure reaches 180/120 MMHG or higher, according to the American Heart Association. If you continue to have headaches and nosebleeds, seek medical help immediately.

5. Shortness of breath

When a person has severe pulmonary hypertension (high blood pressure in the blood vessels that supply the lungs), he or she may feel short of breath, especially during daily activities such as walking, lifting weights, climbing stairs, etc. In a hypertensive crisis, in addition to shortness of breath, if left untreated, you may experience severe anxiety, headache, nosebleeds, and possibly loss of consciousness.

6. How to lower blood pressure levels 

According to the American Heart Association (AHA), physical activity is key to controlling blood pressure. Doing so can maintain a healthy weight and also lower your blood pressure levels, further lowering your risk of other cardiovascular diseases.

Besides, it is very important to follow the right diet. Limit your sugar and carbohydrate intake and watch your calorie intake. Say no to excess sodium and cut back on processed foods.

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