Can High Blood Pressure Cause Nosebleeds?
This article explain how high blood pressure can be related to nosebleeds. When the blood pressure is very high then a variety of symptoms are caused including nosebleeds, although this occurrence is pretty rare.
How to Know if Your Blood Pressure is High?
This article explains how to know if your blood pressure is high and how understanding high blood pressure, its risk factors and the possible signs and symptoms can help you protect your health.s
Ideal Blood Pressure for Men and Women
Ideal blood pressure is considered as 120/80 mm of Hg and is not much different for men and women. However, blood pressure in women may be slightly lower than in men of the same age.
What Does High or Low Diastolic Blood Pressure Indicate?
High or low diastolic blood pressure indicates some disturbances in health and can be related to underlying heart disorders. Raised diastolic blood pressure is termed as Isolated Diastolic Hypertension (IDH). Low diastolic blood pressure or diastolic hypotension may also indicate serious underlying medical conditions like malignancy or cardiomyopathy.
What Does High or Low Systolic Blood Pressure Indicate?
High systolic blood pressure is seen more in presence of existing cardiovascular problems. Persistently low systolic blood pressure may indicate underlying health problems. When blood pressure drops too low, it can affect the amount of blood reaching the brain and major organs. Know what does high or low systolic blood pressure indicate and how can it be treated.
What is Postural Hypotension & How is it Treated?
Postural Hypotension which is also known by the name of Orthostatic Hypotension is a pathological condition in which the individual suffering from it tends to have low blood pressure when going up to a standing position from sitting or lying down. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and home remedies for postural hypotension.

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