often The patient came to consult, doctor, I was only 40 years old, how did I get high blood pressure?
The incidence of hypertension is very complicated, in which genetics plays an important role, but in addition to heredity, unhealthy living habits also play a vital role.
First, people with long-term high-salt diets, all kinds of pickled foods, pickles, salted fish, bacon, and too much salt in cooking, long-term high-salt diet, blood pressure will also be affected No, high salt will increase the burden on the kidneys. If one day the kidneys are overwhelmed, there will be no compensation. Further sodium retention will occur, and blood pressure will naturally increase. The study found that high salt is proportional to the increase in blood pressure. That is to say, the more you eat salt, the more likely you are suffering from high blood pressure, and the greater the increase in blood pressure.
Second, long-term smoking, alcohol abuse, smoking will lead to increased release of norepinephrine in sympathetic nerve endings, resulting in elevated blood pressure, long-term heavy alcohol abuse, can also lead to increased blood pressure, especially contraction Pressure.
Third, long-term eating is particularly greasy. If you eat especially oily food, especially the saturated proportion of saturated fatty acids in food, it will not only induce obesity, but also cause blood lipids to rise and blood pressure rise. high.
It is very important to check blood pressure regularly. Blood pressure is a dynamic monitoring. It is impossible to judge that there is no hypertension with a normal blood pressure, nor can it judge hypertension with only one blood pressure. The judgment of hypertension must be two consecutive times. The blood pressure measured on the same day, the systolic blood pressure is greater than or equal to 140 mmHg, and/or the diastolic blood pressure is greater than or equal to 90 mmHg, and the US standard is 130/80 mmHg.
First, there is an unexplained dizziness and headache, and the intracranial lesions are ruled out. At this time, be alert to the increase in blood pressure.
Second, unexplained fatigue, palpitations, exclusion of cardiac organic disease, should also be alert to elevated blood pressure.
Third, unexplained nosebleeds, fundus hemorrhage, may also be caused by high blood pressure.
Fourth, there are blurred visions of unknown causes, and you should be alert to elevated blood pressure.
The fifth, unexplained anxiety, temper, migraine, should also be alert to elevated blood pressure.