What Are Symptoms or Signs of Hypertensive Heart Disease?

Q:

What are the symptoms or signs of hypertensive heart disease?

A:

Symptoms change according to the severity of the condition and development of the disease. Some may show no signs. Others may experience the following symptoms:

 

  • angina
  • chest tightness
  • polypnea
  • tiredness
  • pain in the neck, back, arms, or shoulders
  • lingering cough
  • anorexia
  • leg or ankle swelling

Regular physical exams will show if you suffer from high blood pressure. If you do have high blood pressure, pay more attention to symptoms of heart disease.

 

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