Symptoms of High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure is an asymptomatic condition, which means elevated blood pressure values do not produce specific symptoms.
Many patients link headache (cephalea) to high blood pressure; however, in most cases it is the other way around—headache causes an increase in blood pressure.
Besides the high blood pressure values, most hypertensive patients do not present any other signs apart from those directly caused by the actual hypertension.
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