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How can one with high BP get over weakness, neck, throat and head pain ?

Dear Dr, iam yazir ,male,age 40,iam a high bp patient since last 5 years,i have completed angiogram check up for my heart and kedny but nothing failure observed untill now, Iam physically week ,and have always pain on my neck / throat ,and head severely,iam taking medication for high bp since last 5 years but no progress in my health condition,still the bp is high up to 180 , iam request you to advise me in this regards Yazir
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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Thank you for getting in touch with us. From what I make out, you have hypertension from the last 5 years. It would have been better if you would have told us about the medicines you are taking. If medicines have not been effective so far, it is quite possible that you have secondary hypertension (increase in blood pressure due to an underlying cause which can be identified). The underlying cause can be diabetes, kidney diseases, pheochromocytoma. So it will be appropriate if you get in touch with your local health centre and undergo a complete check up to find the exact cause. Hope this helped.
Answered: Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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Hi yazir

kindly note to put down age- 40 yrs / weight --____? / height-_____? details as it is correlated and important ..

Pain in your neck is suggestive of cervical spondylisis if shoulder are also involved / or the back of the head - which may be another reason for you high BP..

Thing you can do..

Do not take high pillow while sleeping

Do neck movement exervices which is quite effective to relive you ..

For BP start with low sodium salt in your diet
Answered: Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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