What Is a Dangerously High Blood Pressure Reading?

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A dangerous blood pressure is blood pressure above 240/120 mmHg, which can cause damage to blood vessels hence resulting to heart attack, heart failure or stroke. It is, however, very difficult to detect high blood pressure as it has no symptoms. Regular medical check ups can help in detecting high blood pressure at an early stage.
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Dangerous high blood pressure is considered to be anything over 180/110. People can have alarming symptoms with a blood pressure a little lower than that.
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High blood pressure can be responsible for setting into motion two artery conditions: atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis. Arteriosclerosis is a condition in which the arteries begin
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It's not just number they look at. Doctors also consider where you normally run. If you normally run 100's systolically (top number) and suddenly go up to 130's, they'd worry much
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