Healthline reports that high blood pressure, commonly called hypertension, affects millions of people around the world. High arterial blood pressure is associated with increased risk of organ and tissue damage. Here are some of the most common places people report feeling pain from high blood pressure.
Headaches, often in the back of the head and neck, are a common symptom of high blood pressure. Because of the increased pressure, the blood vessels in your brain are impacted, leading to pain and discomfort.
High blood pressure places additional strain on the heart, which can result in discomfort or even discomfort with breathing. This is a significant sign that needs medical attention immediately.
When the tiny blood veins in your kidneys are damaged by high blood pressure, you may experience discomfort or pain. Leg or foot edema is one additional symptom that could develop as a result of this.
It's crucial to get your blood pressure checked and have any underlying issues looked out if you're experiencing any of these symptoms. Not treating high blood pressure can have dire consequences for your health.
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