The causes of high blood pressure in men include certain foods and drinks, lack of physical activity, extreme stress and certain medications, according to WebMD. Overweight individuals are likely to suffer from high bloo... More »

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The risks of high blood pressure in men include damage to the blood vessels, heart, kidneys and eyes, according to WebMD. In addition, high blood pressure can cause problems in the brain, explains Mayo Clinic. More »

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Causes of high blood pressure include smoking, older age, thyroid and adrenal disorders, lack of exercise, obesity, chronic kidney disease, excessive alcohol consumption, excessive consumption of salt and a family histo... More »

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While a large percentage of men with high blood pressure have no outward symptoms of the problem, when blood pressure gets extremely high, headaches, vision problems and fatigue occur, according to WebMD. Other symptoms ... More »

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Smoking, obesity, lack of physical activity, excess sodium in the diet and excessive alcohol consumption all cause high blood pressure, notes WebMD. Aging, genetics, stress, thyroid and adrenal disorders, sleep apnea and... More »

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Various medications can treat high blood pressure. A lifestyle change is also important for controlling blood pressure, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. More »

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According to Mayo Clinic, primary hypertension, or high blood pressure, has no identifiable causes and develops over time. Medical conditions such as chronic kidney disease, thyroid disease, sleep apnea, congenital blood... More »