High blood pressure damage
3.1 - Acute
crisis of blood pressure
3.2 - Sudden rise of blood pressure
3.3 - How to treat the
sudden rise of blood pressure?
- Arterial complications and cerebral arterial damage
3.5 - High blood pressure
also induces cardiac complications
3.6 - Another target
of a high blood pressure: the renal complication
- Sudden rise of blood pressure
The blood pressure is lower than during an acute crisis of blood pressure and
such a sudden rise can be responsible for: nosebleed, giddiness, headaches,
and a feeling of oppression in the chest.
Sometimes some multiple
rises of blood pressure are responsible for small cerebral vascular
accidents that will damage the brain in the long term.
last reviewed on : 18 dec 2011