The lifestyle is crucial to activate the disease, considered an epidemic.
World Day is celebrated every 17 May hypertension Arterially, date indicated to become aware of this silent disease that has claimed millions of lives around the world.
High blood pressure is the most important risk factor for cardiovascular disease, one of the current epidemics.
Everyone can develop this condition, but it is more common when you reach adulthood. According to Agencia EFE, experts recommend that the general population between 18 and 39 years old measure their tension every four or five years and that they are assessed every two years after 40 years.
If you suffer from this poor insurance, you know the steps to follow, otherwise you take this article into account that benefits your health.
Some drugs lead directly to blood pressure, so that adverse effects may occur over time. According to the National Library of Medicine of the EE. UU., Between medical substances and drugs that can cause hypertension are: acetaminophen, antidepressants, corticosteroids, cyclosporine, estrogens (including birth control pills), migraine medications, among others.
Every doctor prohibits the consumption of tobacco to his patients and more if they are hypertensive because it increases arterial pressure and heart rate, "in addition it produces many other harmful effects," says www.kernpharma.com. And according to the Cuban medical journal Scielo, immediately after the first cigarette "there is an increase in circulating catecholamines (…), pressure levels, cardiac output and also peripheral vasoconstriction." Moreover, when a person with hypertension smokes, he runs the risk of getting some uncomfortable symptoms, such as dizziness, nausea, or headache.
Many think that avoiding salt is enough to stay healthy, but there is a series of foods that are not only as malignant as salt, but are also consumed in large quantities, such as sausage. Canned, pre-cooked and smoked food is part of the menu of various Salvadorans, the problem is when hypertensive people eat them, they have a lot of sodium.
According to the Mayo Clinic, research suggests that "after five hours or less of sleep, over time, the risk of developing hypertension may increase or make it worse." It can also increase the risk of hypertension, and that can happen with or without the presence of obstructive sleep apnea. The latter is according to the US National Library of Medicine. UU., A common condition where breathing is interrupted (a few seconds to minutes) or becomes very superficial.
According to the Mayo Clinic, stressful situations can cause your blood pressure to rise temporarily, but there is no evidence that stress only causes high blood pressure in the long term. Responding to unhealthy stress can increase the risk of high blood pressure, which usually happens. An EFE article adds that "stress affects tension, but not as much as we imagine, so a busy citizen is not always hypertensive."