Sharp and significant rises of arterial pressure which are often accompanied strong by a pain giving to a hand and under, and also headaches and dizzinesses, refer to as hypertonic crisises. During such crisises the person can temporarily lose consciousness, speech and even mobility in one of finitenesses.
The hypertension is a syndrome of increase of arterial pressure. In 90-95 % of cases people suffer hypertension, that is that at which the raised pressure arises not as a by-effect, and is independent, as a result of failure in work of cardiovascular system of the person.
Pressure in arteries raises for the different reasons. In one case heart is reduced more strongly, throwing out a lot of blood, in other large arteries lose normal elasticity, become rigid and cannot extend, when heart throws out in them blood. Thus, blood at each intimate reduction passes through smaller, than in norm, a gleam of a vessel, and pressure increases.
The arterial hypertension frequently in any way does not prove, for what this disease has received the name « the silent murderer ». It is connected by that very often person at all does not suspect, that at it the raised arterial pressure, and learns about it only at approach of its complications quite often fatal, such as an insult or a heart attack of a myocardium. Such asymptomatic display of a hypertension can last till several years and even tens years.
In some cases of display of an arterial hypertension headaches, dizziness, a short wind and infringement of sight include. It is necessary to note, that presence of semiology of an arterial hypertension is very good attribute, in comparison with its asymptomatic current as the patient learns about the disease and begins treatment.
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SYMPTOMS OF HYPERTENSION As well as any other somatic disease, a hypertension has the certain semiology of display. For an initial stage of a hypertensia dizzinesses without the visible reasons, and also infringements of a dream (a sleeplessness, uneasiness, discomfort) are characteristic periodically arising weakness, migraine headaches.
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 The very first classification of a hypertension belongs to German doctor Frantsu Folhardu, which else in 1914 has started to subdivide it on red and pale. Here such then there was a primitive attitude to this artful illness.
ARTERIAL HYPERTENSION Arterial hypertension is artful that at an initial stage almost has no symptoms. The diagnosis is established at steady arterial pressure of 140/90 mm hg. Though doctors consider, that pressure of 130/80 mm hg already should be considered guarding