Malignant Hypertension - The Fatal One

A malignant high blood pressure is referred as a hypertensive emergency. It’s an acute impairment of one or more organ system, can cause irreversible organ damage.

In a hypertensive emergency, the headaches feel unlike any other kind of migraine or head pain. Traditional headache treatments such as aspirin are not effective to relive the pain anymore.

Also, it is always associated with blurred vision, chest pain and nausea. If you believe you are experiencing a hypertensive crisis, you need to go to a hospital emergency room or call 911 at least as soon as possible. It could be fatal.

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