What are the Common Symptoms of Hypertension?
Most people with primary hypertension don’t have any obvious symptoms at all, also the possible symptoms of hypertension vary quite a lot from person to person. These symptoms could also be symptoms of other health problems, however here are a few of the more common symptoms of hypertension to look out for.
- One of the symptoms of hypertension is chronic headaches. When you get chronic headaches that last for days (rather than hours) you should immediately see a doctor and get your blood pressure checked.
- Dizziness or Vertigo
- Blurry or double vision.
- Shortness of breath.
- Heart palpitations
- Fatigue – general tiredness
- A flushed face
- A strong need to urinate often (especially during the night)
- Tinnitus (a ringing or buzzing in the ears)