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Severe headache
Vision problems
Chest pain
Difficulty in breathing
Irregular heartbeat
Blood in the urine
Pounding in your chest, neck or ears


Pop some pain killers, splash some water on our face or blame others for giving us undesired TENSION and as an outcome, we get HYPER. What we never perceive is that both the terms ‘HYPER’ and ‘TENSION’ have already started affecting our body internally.

Excess intake of salt with our daily meal is one prime cause of Hypertension. Excessive levels of salt (or Sodium intake of more than 1,500 milligrams per day) can lead to High Blood Pressure, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases regardless of one’s age, current health condition or medical health history.
If we maintain a poor diet, smoke or drink excessively or our diet is rich in sugary and fatty foods, the risk of developing High Blood Pressure increases.
People who have Sleep Apnea, have oxygen level deficit in the cells of their body which result into High Blood Pressure and Cardiovascular Diseases.
Due to Obesity, not only our body weight increases but the thickening of the arteries also leads to High Blood Pressure.
With ever increasing addiction to the Internet, we all have lost interest in playing any sport in real life or doing exercises which in turn makes our body more prone to Hypertension.
Certain Hormonal Imbalances or conditions put pressure on our body and results in Hypertension.
One primary cause for Hypertension is Kidney Disease (Renal Hyper).

Maintaining the right weight
Eating a balanced diet
Cutting down on salt intake
Regular exercise
Quitting alcohol and smoking
Monitoring blood pressure on a regular basis
Eating less fat rich foods

Heart Attack: Heart Attacks are often associated with uncontrolled hypertension.
Stroke: Due to Hypertension, the blood flow to our brain is compromised via arteries which can lead to Stroke.
Heart Failure: Due to Hypertension, the arteries become harder and narrower which makes it difficult for the heart to pump blood through the arteries. Overstressing the heart can affect the cardiac muscles and as a result can lead to heart failure.
Atherosclerosis: Atherosclerosis is a condition that shows up when there is constant high blood pressure. It causes hardening of our arteries which can cause blockages and dangerous diseases such as Coronary Artery Disease.
Kidney Diseases: With prolonged Hypertension, the blood flow to the kidney is hampered which interrupts the regular functioning of the Kidney and can lead to strong renal system deterioration.
Eye Diseases: Continuous irregular blood flow to any organ can cause tissue damage & so is the case with the Retina. It has been observed that people with prolonged Hypertension slowly develops blurry vision, inflammation of the eye and loss of clarity in vision.