Hypertension or high pressure is one of the most common health problems, affecting a great number of people.
In most cases, there are no particular symptoms for this condition, but however, some people can experience headaches, vomiting, dizziness, short breaths, blurry vision and nausea.
If you do not treat hypertension on time, it can result in more serious health issues including memory loss, heart attack, heart issues, stroke, atherosclerosis, and kidney damage.
The pressure alters during the day due to many factors including genes, gender, age, etc. According to the doctors, these values are associated with normal pressure:
In men, by age:
To 20 years old — 123/76
20-30 years — 126/79
30-40 years — 129/81
40-50 years — 135/83
50-60 years — 142/85
Over 70 years — 142/80
Women in the next page