Anyone can have high blood pressure. As a nurse I can usually explain high blood pressure to most people and they will understand it. It really would depend on what you mean by low intelligent and how low the intelligence is. Obviously if a person has the mentality
of a 5 year old the concept of high blood pressure would probably be lost on them. High blood pressure can be very complex to explain if you want it to be or it can be really simplified .
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hi iam an mbbs student..2nd semester..for the past 2 weeks i had continous exams without break..for the last two three days im feeling really exhausted nd tired..nd as my exams didnt go so well im feeling really low nd miserable...i checked my blood pressure today and found it to be 159/108...i know its high..i wanted to kno weather its a serious case nd shud i start medication...or i shud wait till next week and see weather it gets to normal
I am 63, weight around 13stones 12, and usually have normal or slightly low blood pressure but my partner who has diabetes and other problems, used his blood pressure monitor on me earlier and it showed 165/89 and a pulse rate of 66 I will make an appointment with my doctor early next week but am concerned, as I haven t felt well for a long time, I have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome and due to personal set up here, sleep during the day and am up all night. I am under a lot of stress both personally and financially and have ocd, I hoard. I cannot get the right help for this but currently having counselling. There is a lot of heart disease in both sides of my family, at least three people on my dad s side have/had pacemakers and my mother died from her third heart attack, and had angina. She became diabetic in her 60s and I am just the same body shape as her, apple shaped. Because of my constant tiredness I can t walk far or exercise but try to eat fairly well with lots of veg and fruit. I do eat the wrong things too but never much salt and I don t smoke or drink. I have been given vit d jabs twice in the last 18 months and have Adcal for the vit d too altho I don t take them every day now as I was concerned about heart problems connected with taking too much calcium. Should I be worried? Could this be diabetes causing problems? thanks Liz W.
I am a healthy person 48 years old male. Married, happy and I have a normal nice life,and family. I never faced any serious medical problems. I work hard and my mind is always busy. last August I faced a medical problem feeling that I am go fall down with bad feeling that my heart is going to shut down followed with tachyacardia. This was repeated once or twice per week and each time it became longer in duration and worst. I was transfered to hospital several times with no clear diagnose I visited several doctors and did all possible tests, ECG. blood tests, brain and cervical MRI and MRA and etc and all are clear. Then one doctor diagnosed my case as panic attack and accordingly I stared to take some medication (Dogmatil,unirox, and regulators for BP ) assuring that during the attacks my BP raised to 170/100. In normal conditions my BP is normal even low 110/70. Since last August and up to now I start feeling better but Istill have moments when it is about to start again then I start feeling with discomfort of missing beets above and around my stomach. Also this bad feeling comes after meal and when I laydown immediatly after lunch. Also I have to to have rests from time to time and to laydown otherwise I will feel dizzy again Can you please advise me what to do? (Sorry for my language)
30 minutes after a run yesterday, that i did not feel was extremely stressful. my heart felt out of rhythm and i was coughing. i felt like the cough was to get it back in rhythm, is it? i am a 50 year old female, have high blood pressure and am about 40 # overweight. i have had a EKG and stress test w/ultra sound and everything is normal.
In a recent medical exam, my BP was 142/92 and my pulse rate was 63. My SpO2 was measured twice (three minutes apart) and went from 96% to 93%. I had no medical history to report to the doctor. I was basically starting fresh with my healthcare. She said my vitals were normal and stable. She said my BP was likely due to my back pain (that led to the visit in the first place). But if my pressure was high, why was my rate low?? And, what is the significance of the drop in SpO2? Thanks.
I have a rash in my groin and my body is always itchy. For about 2 years I had rashes on both my feet. It seems to have cleared now but I still have to apply dipresone everyday. I take medication for high blood pressure - Micardi Plus, Zanidip and Spiractin. Are any of these causing my rash problems?
My husaband is 65 years old nad he told me that last night he experienced a sudden waive of dizziness, enough that he actually fell down. He has high blood pressure and on meds, but never diagnosed with anything else. He is currently working out of town and lives alone. I am very concerned. What could that be?
Patient: Female, 73 years, 6 months old, 5'7" tall, 230 lbs., in generally good health. Hypertension well controlled with medication, lifelong history of recurring clinical depression . Currently takes medication for depression and hypertension,...
Im a 70 year old stage two diabetic. I woke up in the night with dry heaves...I just went to the store and fell faint and nauseated. I rested for 30 minutes and felt a lot better. I home now and concerned ! I had low blood presure. Now its 128...