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What is Blood Pressure?

The pressure at which blood flows through arteries in the entire body is called blood pressure. Typically, it fluctuates throughout life, yet the abnormal fluctuation for an unusual time indicates an ongoing health factor, including metabolic disorders or calorie deficiency.

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Measurement of Blood Pressure 

Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury or mmHg in two figures: systolic and diastolic.

  • Ideal blood pressure ranges from 90/60mmHg & to 120/80mmHg

  • High blood pressure ranges from 140/90mmHg or above

  • Low blood pressure is below 90/60mmHg

Types of Hypertension 

Hypertension is categorized as follows: 

  • Primary Hypertension occurs when blood pressure is high three or more times and has no other underlying medical conditions

  • Secondary Hypertension is controllable and caused by the abnormal blood supply to kidneys via arteries, due to medical conditions like sleep airway obstruction, adrenal glands diseases, hormone imbalance, or thyroid disorders 

Causes of Hypertension 

Hypertension involves several factors, including:

  • Lack of exercise and obesity 

  • Smoking, extra salt, and caffeine intake

  • Insomnia and disturbed sleep

  • 50+ age and genetics

  • Underlying health issues such as heart or kidney problems or atherosclerosis

Symptoms of Hypertension 

Symptoms of hypertension include: 

  • Headache, altered vision, and ringing in the ears

  • Nose bleeding

  • Chest pain or irregular heartbeat

  • Fatigue, anxiety, muscle stiffness, vomiting, and confusion

Treatment of Hypertension 

Hypertension is treated through medications like ACE inhibitors, angiotensin-2 receptor blockers (ARBs), calcium channel blockers, diuretics, or beta blockers. In moderate hypertension, doctors only suggest preventive measures such as exercise, moderate diet intake, staying hydrated, etc. 

It is better always to consult the best doctor in Pakistan if you suffer from high blood pressure.


Hypotension occurs when blood within the arteries flows at the low-pressure cause of the following:

  • Significant blood loss or heart attack

  • Allergic reaction or infection

  • Pregnancy

  • Low iron or energy levels 

  • Certain physical or psychological conditions

  • Genetics

Types of Hypotension 

Hypotension is classified as:

  • Orthostatic Hypotension occurs when the blood pressure drops with the body's positional change, lasting for a few seconds to minutes.

  • Postprandial Hypotension occurs after eating and victimizes adults or Parkinson's patients. To combat it, consider a carbohydrate-free diet, stay hydrated, and avoid caffeine.

  • Neurally Mediated Hypotension affects young adults and children only when they stand for an extended period. 

Symptoms of Hypotension 

Hypotension shows up as: 

  • Concentration issues, dizziness, or fainting

  • Shivering or vomiting

  • Cold hands and feet

Treatment of Hypotension 

For treating hypotension, 

  • Take salts and fluid juices 

  • Exercise daily 

  • Go for drug therapy as directed by the medical consultant

Diagnosis of Hyper/Hypotension 

Both hyper/hypotension are diagnosed in multiple ways with:

  • Ambulatory monitoring

  • Blood and urine tests

  • Measurement of heart’s activity through Electrocardiogram (ECG) 

  • Sphygmomanometer

  • Pulse count

Complications of Hyper/Hypotension 

Hypertension or hypotension must be taken seriously as it may lead to serious health complications, such as:

  • Organ damage, such as brain, heart, kidney, or eye

  • Serious psychological issues

  • Death

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