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Myth #5: "If I don't feel an increase in blood pressure, it means it's normal"

But in reality, we do not feel "jumps" in blood pressure at all. And such symptoms as headache, dizziness, flies before the eyes are vascular reactions to a sharp increase or decrease in pressure.

If a person's blood pressure is stable at 160/100, and he does not experience the above-mentioned symptoms, this is a dangerous sign of arterial hypertension, and his blood vessels are destroyed every second under the influence of pressure.

Don't wait for dangerous symptoms - see your family doctor regularly to monitor your blood pressure and prevent diseases in time.

Learn more about risk factors for cardiovascular diseases on the website:

The initiative takes place within the framework of the Ukrainian-Swiss project Acting for Health

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