High blood pressure in an individual is generally asymptomatic, states the American Heart Association. Some individuals experience dizziness, blood spots in the eyes, and facial flushing, or red, hot skin of the face. Sy... More »

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High blood pressure is usually an asymptomatic condition, and it can only be detected by doing regular checkups, according to the American Heart Association. A person in a hypertensive crisis, when the systolic blood pre... More »

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There are normally no signs of high blood pressure, unless blood pressure is checked manually, but someone with extremely high or dangerous blood pressure levels may have irregular heartbeats, dizziness or severe headach... More »

High blood pressure often presents few or no symptoms, reports the American Heart Association. When symptoms present themselves, it is during hypertensive crisis, which can cause severe headaches, anxiety, shortness of b... More »

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High blood pressure strains the blood vessels in the eye and the optic nerve, according to the American Heart Association. It has the potential to cause permanent vision changes. High blood pressure also causes strokes, ... More »

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High blood pressure is usually an asymptomatic condition, and it can only be detected by doing regular checkups, according to the American Heart Association. A person in a hypertensive crisis, when the systolic blood pre... More »

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High blood pressure is signalled by a systolic reading of 140 or higher or a diastolic reading of 90 or higher, according to the American Heart Association. These numbers indicate the pressure in the arteries when the he... More »

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