What should your blood pressure be? Signs and symptoms of deadly hypertension explained

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What should your blood pressure be? Signs and symptoms of deadly hypertension explained

Your blood pressure is often linked to your lifestyle, according to the NHS.High blood pressure is often caused by eating an unhealthy diet and not

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Your blood pressure is often linked to your lifestyle, according to the NHS.

High blood pressure is often caused by eating an unhealthy diet and not doing enough exercise, it said.

It could also be caused by having a family history of hypertension.

Low blood pressure, meanwhile, could be a reaction to certain medications, or another underlying medical condition.



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