The Flu Is Accompanied By Dizziness And Chest Pain After Taking Blood Pressure-lowering Drugs.?
Good evening, I’m a 21-year-old woman, a few days ago I checked health for the requirements of one of the campus activities, and it turns out my blood pressure is very high 183/83, that’s the first time because it’s usually 112. The doctor suggested coming back a few days later to check was there any progress or not, at that time I was not given medicine, but at night I had the flu and now I have a severe flu, dizziness, and pain in the chest, do I need to take blood-reducing drugs?
Hello Moonie, thank you for asking.
Blood pressure is very much affected by a person's general condition. Some conditions that can cause an increase in blood pressure, for example:
physical activity. The higher the intensity of physical activity the blood pressure will increase. This is needed so that the cells in the body's tissues get enough nutrients and oxygen to meet metabolic needs. body temperature. emotional state and mood. Conditions are nervous, afraid, sad, happy, can trigger an increase in blood pressure. In addition, some conditions of metabolic disorders can also cause an increase in blood pressure. For example:
obesity. diabetes mellitus. hyperthyroidism. hypercholesterolemia. In some people, there is essential hypertension that occurs from a young age. The cause is not yet clear, but it is thought to be related to genetics. You should control back to the doctor. Generally, if you only get one examination with high blood pressure, the doctor will give time for observation. You are expected to start changing your diet to be healthier, improve your resting patterns, start regular exercise, and deal with stress factors as much as possible. If the next examination found that your blood pressure drops to normal levels, then the doctor will probably recommend that you adopt a healthy lifestyle for good. However, if the next blood pressure test does not experience a significant decrease, your doctor may start giving anti-hypertension medications in minimal doses, depending on your blood pressure value.
Such an explanation that I can share, hopefully you get the benefits. Regards.