I saw my doctor last week, he took my BP and said it was 155/95. I ve got to go back after 4 weeks to get checked again, have been really stressed recently, is this too high, is stress the likely cause ...
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Yes. Long term use of alcohol can cause an increase in bloodpressure.
my bloodpressure is always low
do you feel so,or it is measured?if its measured low then needs to be investigated the cause. meanwhile you can start taking diet rich in salt which will raise your bloodpressure,but be careful not to the extreme.
What are signs of high bloodpressure?
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It depends upon the value of bloodpressure .
Mild bloodpressure e.g. 140 / 85 mm of Hg at the age of 42 , usually don't develop any symptoms.
If Bloodpressure very high 150 /100 mm of Hg may cause dizziness, heaviness in epigastrium, bleeding / nose , palpitation , headache , heaviness behind eyes.
So , when feel high B P , consult doctor.Dr.HET
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