Arterial pressure - pressure in large arteries
Blood pressure is a force from which blood circulating in an organism presses on walls of blood vessels, it is one of key parameters of ability to live. Pressure of blood decreases as it passes through arteries, capillaries and veins. The term "blood pressure" mostly concerns to arterial pressure, namely, to pressure in large arteries.
I am 34 years. In the autumn of the last year I have got divorced from wife. Divorce passed very hard, and I had to lay down in hospital with a neurosis. Pressure from my normal 65С…122 pulse 48 up to 90С…155 pulse up to 90 skipped and there were pains in the field of heart not strong and not always in the same place of area of heart
High pressure, arterial pressure symptoms, treatment arterial pressure, a hypertensia, a Hypertension symptoms
Hypertonic illness always was one of the most widespread diseases. The number of the people, suffering this illness, has considerably increased during our restless time.
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absolutely healthy That who considers itself absolutely healthy, it is recommended to measure pressure not less often than time in 3 months. To the people, suffering Hypertension symptoms.
hypertonic illness The basic attribute of hypertonic illness ( Hypertension symptoms) is increase of arterial pressure owing to the raised pressure of muscles in walls of fine arteries.
HYPERTENSION It is considered to be, that the HELL 120/80 - normal, and.. 110/60 optimum. or the primary Hypertension symptoms is observed approximately in 90 %, it means, that in overwhelming number of cases the reason of a Hypertension symptoms is unknown.
HYPERTENSION SYMPTOMS As has shown the national review, 81 percent of Americans is used with different forms of correction of sight, but nevertheless 26 % of the population of the country did not visit the oculist within last two years. Besides deterioration of sight can be an initial symptoms of hypertension , diabetes, a tumour of a brain, a cancer, cardiovascular diseases and a multiple sclerosis.