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High Systolic Pressure


What is high systolic blood pressure? Systolic pressure is the force of blood in the arteries as the heart beats. It is shown as the top number in a blood pressure reading. High blood pressure is 140 and higher for systolic pressure.

Therefore, when your blood pressure goes above the normal blood pressure levels that is 120/80, high systolic pressure occurs. High blood pressure is also known as a silent killer as it may lead to other diseases, which are related to the bones, kidney, heart and brain. For more high blood pressure information, read The Basics Of High Blood Pressure

In most of the cases, causes of high blood pressure are unknown. To learn the causes behind hypertension, you should learn about the types of high systolic pressure. Then only, you can find the suitable treatment for high blood pressure.

The common symptoms of high systolic pressure are headaches, dizziness, blurred vision, low libido or lack of sexual desire, digestive upsets and many more. The best way to lower blood pressure or reduce your blood pressure is to adopt healthy life style along with proper high blood pressure medication. Buy high blood pressure monitor to check your blood pressure regularly and maintain blood pressure charts to keep it under control.

Basically, there are two types of high blood pressure. First, where causes are unknown, affecting almost 95 % of high blood pressure patients and called primary hypertension. Second, where causes are known, affecting almost 5-6 % of high blood pressure patients and called secondary hypertension.

Some general causes of primary hypertension are due to family history, obesity, low levels of Nitric Oxide and diabetes. Whereas,

secondary hypertension is mainly due to various medical conditions like kidney diseases.

So, this was all about high systolic pressure, the types, the main causes and the preventive measures.


 
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