Symptoms of high blood pressure identified by eye and face – high blood pressure: high blood pressure symptoms identified by eye and face;

New Delhi. In today’s time, not only big people but small people are also affected by high blood pressure disease. This disease is so fatal that it brings a human to the door of death before people can think, that is why this disease is also called silent killer. Everyone knows and understands well about the symptoms of high blood, but before the arrival of this disease, there are two more such symptoms, so that people can easily find out about this disease ..

The connection of high blood pressure to arteries called arteries is when these arteries become thin, then the heart makes more effort to pump blood, which also increases the pressure in the veins too. In such a situation, symptoms such as vertigo, nervousness, sweating are to be seen. Apart from this, we also get signs from the eyes, it causes a blood spot which can be a high blood pressure warning sign.

According to the American Heart Association, redness on the face may also have a direct connection to high blood pressure. This problem of face flushing occurs when the blood vessels of the face become thin and the blood pressure of the body goes above normal.

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