Hypertensive patients may have headaches, dizziness, shortness of breath, fatigue, heart palpitations, tinnitus and other symptoms. But not necessarily associated with blood pressure levels, and patients often note that after suffering from high blood pressure.
Hypertension only in the spirit of the initial tension, mood swings, increased blood pressure temporarily and then return to normal, becoming more and more obvious after the blood pressure and long-lasting, but within a day of day and nighttime blood pressure is still a significant difference.
Although these hypertension symptom are not pleasant to deal with, due to them a man may think about his/ her health, visit a doctor and will be disciplined in taking the indicated medicines. But commonly a man visits a doctor when hypertension has significantly interfered with the body. In many cases a patient finds himself/herself in hospital, sometimes by ambulance after infarction, stroke, acute renal failure or significant sight reduction (due to retinal injures). The more information about hypertension danger and possibilities of measurement of blood pressure, the less patients with complications will be.
Approximately, every hundredth patient suffering from hypertension (1%) visits a doctor first time having very high blood pressure (galloping or malignant hypertension). These patients have a diastolic (minimum) pressure higher than 140 mm Hg! With such a high pressure the patients suffer from acute headache, nausea, visual impairment and sometimes renal failure. Malignant hypertension is a very dangerous disease which requires immediate treatment in order to avoid cerebrovascular disease (stroke).