The Cause Of Dizziness Is Accompanied By Nosebleeds, Fatigue, Stress, The Neck Feels Heavy And Blurred Vision?
Assalammualaikum Wr.Wb good night I am a college student in East Java I want to ask questions related to the problem of Heart Hypertension and Kidney Hypertension. So according to the doctor according to the symptoms of dizziness, headaches, nosebleeds, easy to feel tired, stressed, bored feels heavy, and blurred vision is it very influential for Cardiovascular Disease and Kidney Hypertension thank you for the explanation?
Hello Farras, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself that Rio will try to answer your question.
Hypertension is a blood pressure that is more than 130/80 mm / Hg. This condition is very dangerous because the heart is forced to pump blood faster so it can cause diseases such as kidney failure, heart failure, and stroke.
The condition of hypertension itself is mostly asymptomatic, but it all depends on the resilience of each individual. Symptoms that can arise are headache, weakness, heavy nape, etc. There are no specific symptoms for hypertension itself.
The cause of hypertension is not yet known, but it is suspected that unhealthy lifestyle factors are the cause of this disease. Like smoking, drinking alcohol, and rarely exercise.
This disease cannot be cured but can be controlled by using drugs and living a healthy lifestyle.
Responding to the question you gave, I actually do not really understand the purpose of your question. All of the symptoms that you mentioned can occur in hypertension, but they don't always appear in people with hypertension. Which can affect / aggravate a person's hypertension state are:
Take hypertension medication indefinitely. Don't control the doctor. Smoking, drinking alcohol, and drinking coffee allegedly consuming caffeine can increase blood pressure. Excessive consumption of salt. Not exercising Excessive activities, and stress. Apart from the above is considered not very influential / significantly increase blood pressure in someone who is hypertensive.
Right now what you can do to avoid hypertension is:
Start a healthy lifestyle. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol. Exercise regularly. That's all the answers I can give, thank you :)