I have high blood pressure. Why do my ears feel clogged when upset?

Unknown. But some people with high blood pressure experience symptoms like what you describe, including headaches, a full feeling in the head, and throbbing or full sensation of the ears. This might mean that your blood pressure needs better control!

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I have high blood pressure and work out with heavy weights. Lately at the work my face gets red and I get bad pressure in my ears? And have to stop.

Take action... How high? Are you taking medications for blood pressure? May ne medications are not enogh. Either you increase the dose or add another one. Do you have chest pain, palpitations, shortness of breath at rest or on exertion?.....Back to your doctor asap. Do not wait..You do not want stroke or heart attack? Read more...

I have high blood pressure, my head feels full and my left ear is clogged, what does that mean?

Viral syndrome. Sounds like a viral syndrome. Mycoplasma infections can also do this. Do you have fever or cough? A checkup might be in order. If you normally don't have high blood pressure, i wouldn't be concerned as this may be a reaction to your not feeling well right now. Read more...
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Could high blood pressure cause your ears to ring?

Tinnitus and BP. Tinnitus, or ringing in your ears, can indeed be made more noticeable by high blood pressure. Also, some of the diuretics, like lasix, (furosemide) which are occasionally prescribed for hypertension may cause or worsen tinnitus. This effect usually subsides when the medication is stopped. Read more...

A zumbed (zumba) in the ear always is meaning high blood pressure?

Unclear. Perhaps you wouldn't mind rephrasing your concern. I'll be happy to get back to you. A sensation of "pounding" may be related to hbp. But, a ringing or buzzing or hissing sound, with or without loss of hearing, should be evaluated by an md or audiologist. You are a bit young to have tinnitus, so getting an evaluation would be wise! an ear, nose and throat md would be appropriate. Good luck! Read more...