High Blood Pressure Symptoms
High blood pressure symptoms may show no signs of high blood pressure. They are known as "the silent killer."
You may be wondering what are the causes of high blood pressure? Many of us don't know until our blood pressure is measured and we are prescribed high blood pressure medication.
Often we may not seek medical care until symptoms cause chronic conditions.
- Blurred vision
- Chest pain
- Short of breath
Long term symptoms often lead to:Your high blood pressure symptoms are linked to inflammation that predicts heart problems
- Heart attack
- Heart failure
- Kidney failure
- Eye damage
- Peripheral arterial disease
It is now known that C-reactive protein levels predict the risk of developing heart disease.
Increased levels of the protein are associated with chronic activation of the immune system by high blood pressure which causes low level inflammation and deadly heart disease
Increased risk is present even among those with “normal” readings and is also seen among healthier people without many traditional coronary risk factors.
High Blood Pressure Symptoms and Atherosclerosis
Inflammation plays a crucial role in the development of heart disease and that inflammation can be measured easily with a simple and inexpensive blood test for C-reactive protein.
A stronger predictor of heart attack than cholesterol
The current understanding is that inflammation may play a major role in the development of vascular disease throughout the body.
If we can naturally reduce this inflammation then we will be well on our way toward the prevention and successful treatment of all cardiovascular disease.
There is now a "targeted" therapy
You can reduce the risk.
A Natural Heart Formula
It’s not easy having high blood pressure. It is estimated that 25% of all adult Americans have high blood pressure. Thirty percent of those who have high blood pressure don’t even know it.
High blood pressure is a silent killer. That’s why so many don’t feel the need to do something about their high blood pressure symptoms – because ‘they don’t feel anything’.
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