Dizziness … may indicate an “silent killer”

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High blood pressure can seriously damage the heart. The excessive pressure leads to hardening of the arteries, which limits the flow of oxygenated blood to the heart.

The World Health Organization has called high blood pressure a “silent killer”, because the condition may not cause any warning symptoms. Note that the organization also clarified that uncontrolled blood pressure can prevent blood from reaching the heart or brain, and this will lead to a heart attack or stroke.

According to the information, the risk factors that one could change include an unhealthy diet full of salt, saturated fats and trans fats.

Other risky lifestyle “choices” also include reduced physical activity, tobacco and alcohol consumption, and weight gain.

Also, there are also non-modifiable risk factors, such as being 65 years of age or older, or having a family history of high blood pressure.

And Verywell Health noted that some people with high blood pressure may suffer from “dizziness.”

In general, dizziness can occur at any time, and it does not last for long, and it may recur.

It should be noted that the vast majority of people who suffer from high blood pressure, do not suffer from any symptoms that indicate this condition.

However, people who do experience some symptoms can experience nosebleeds, shortness of breath and frequent headaches.

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