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I've been waking up at night with high blood pressure spikes, feeling extremely lightheaded and horrible. I'm okay during the day. What causes this?
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On high blood pressure, are there other foods that can cause blood pressure spikes like starches or grains?
A 31-year-old female asked:
I have anxiety and my blood pressure spikes throughout the day when I get nervous. It returns to a normal healthy number. If my blood pressure spikes several times a day is that considered uncontrolled high blood pressure?
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Does significant labile or episodic hypertension in which blood pressure spikes in response to relatively minor stresses pose health risks?
A 30-year-old male asked:
I am aware that blood pressure rises with exertion and emotions, however, mine rises excessively from 117/72 upwards 172/113. High blood pressure runs in my family, could this be the cause of the excessive spikes?
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Hypertension: Episodes of anxiety can cause a dramatic temporary spike in blood pressure. In general, can a systolic number go as high as 180?
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