What are the Signs of Hypertension?

High blood pressure may cause symptoms of dizziness, vertigo, passing out, nausea, chest pain, headache, nose bleed, a racing heart and confusion. If any of these symptoms occur or are occurring frequently, it is very important to get medical care immediately. Ignoring the danger signs of high blood pressure is dangerous.

Remember that most of people feel nothing although they already have hypertension.

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