Aneroid sphygmomanometer

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Aneroid sphygmomanometer 

Blood pressure

The blood pressure to the artery wall is called blood pressure. The heart acts like a pump, and it puts more pressure on the wall of the arteries with each pump. When blood is removed from the heart, blood pressure is measured in two ways:

The maximum pressure or the systolic pressure that has the highest pressure and is related to the contraction of the heart to pump the blood into the arteries And the minimum pressure or diastolic pressure that blood pressure is in the range of two consecutive cardiac contractions.

High blood pressure

If the person’s blood pressure exceeds 140/90 mmHg, the person is at risk of blood pressure.

Causes of high blood pressure

In some people, hypertension is due to inappropriate functioning of the kidneys and adrenal glands. Many factors have been considered for hypertension, such as skin darkness, genetic factors, aging, obesity, excessive use of salt, alcohol, and so on. Blood pressure control is possible in a variety of ways, including exercising, reducing salt and alcohol consumption and weight loss.

Signs and symptoms of high blood pressure

Often, blood pressure increases without specific symptoms, so regular checkups are essential in controlling and managing your body’s blood pressure. Possible symptoms include:

Shortness of breath, nasal hemorrhage (no known cause), headache, dizziness (these symptoms are not just due to high blood pressure). High blood pressure affects the walls of the arteries first and makes them thicker

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