It’s not always obvious that you have high blood pressure or heart disease. High blood pressure usually has no symptoms, and many people don’t know they have it. Many other symptoms of heart disease can be similar to those of other conditions or you may chalk them up to a busy lifestyle or a stressful job.
When you have high blood pressure, your heart has to work harder than normal to meet your body’s demands. Over time, this can increase your risk of heart attack, stroke, heart failure and kidney disease. Deborah offers a wealth of information about high blood pressure, including the risk factors you can and cannot control, as well as what you can do to lower your risk or manage your high blood pressure.
Here are 5 things that should send you to your doctor or cardiologist to talk about your heart health:
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