by Sugata C. HEALTHY and FITNESS
Blood pressure is the measure of the force that the blood vesicles exert while the blood flows through it. Hypertension (HTN) or is commonly referred to as high blood pressure. It is a common condition in which the force exerted on the walls of the arteries by the blood consistently exceeds normal ranges, affecting one in every three Americans. About 40 percent of the world's population over the age of 25 suffers from high blood pressure. Worldwide, 17.3 million people die each year from complications related to high blood pressure or hypertension. The exact cause of your high blood pressure can be difficult to diagnose. It interacts between your lifestyle and genetics and other factors, which together affect your blood pressure. Regardless of the cause, high blood pressure means your heart is pushing harder to get blood around your body. The bigger push gives your heart and the blood vessels a bit of a workout. As a result, the arteries bulk up further, restricting blood flow and worsening the problem and it is this increasing pressure on the blood vessels, that's a big concern eventually can cause them to thicken to the point where they become blocked or burst. The blocked or burst artery means the blood cannot get through. The cells on the other side will not get oxygen and will be damaged.  In your brain, this may mean a stroke, in your heart, a heart attack, in your kidneys, wastes (toxins), and extra fluids are not removed, which has serious heart and health implications. However, because high blood pressure does not usually manifest any symptoms, many people may not know that they have it. So get it checked and with help from your doctor, you can take the necessary steps to get it under control. 

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