What are the sign for high blood pressure?

Nothing! The most common symptoms of high blood pressure are no symptoms. The only way to check out your blood pressure is to have it measured. By the time people have symptoms like headache, chest pain or shortness of breath, they have probably had elevated blood pressure for quite a while.
Depends. Most people do not experience any signs or symptoms of high blood pressure or hypertension which is why many have considered hypertension the silent killer. Some people will experience headaches, vision changes, ringing in the ears, and other vague symptoms when their blood pressure is elevated. Optimal BP is less than 120/80 with hypertension starting at 140/90 (either value).

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What are the signs of high blood pressure?

Silent killer. We call high blood pressure a silent killer because often times there are no symptoms. We need to monitor actual readings. If its dangerously high you can get many different symptoms, too long to list.
None. Most hypertensives have no symptoms. Once they start treatment begin to feel the side effects of the medicines and hate it. When pt feels headache, lightheadness, dizziness, nausea or vomiting, earlobe flush erythema, facial flush, blurred vision pt must check the blood pressure. Signs of stroke:language change, weakness of limbs, asymmetry of face, changes in sensation or chest pain: complicatio.
Very few symptoms. The common myth of hypertension is that people will have symptoms (nervousness, difficulty sleeping, excessive sweating) but the truth is that there are very few symptoms. Everyone should find out their blood pressure numbers and follow up with their family physician if blood pressure is greater then 140/90.
Unfortunately. Frequently none unless really high in which headaches can result. There's a reason they call it "the silent killer".

Do you know of tell tale signs of high blood pressure?

No signs. High blood pressure is a hidden disease that can lead to heart attack, stroke and kidney disease. This amy take many years but if not treated can cause irreversible damage. High BP on its own will not cause symptoms unless it is so high as to lead to brain damage or stroke ('malignant hypertension'). It is critical to get BP checked carefully and treated if too high.
Not usually. Which is why it is referred to as " the silent killer". ..Get screened.

What to do if I think I may have high blood pressure. What are the signs?

None. The most common symptom of high blood pressure is nothing. By the time symptoms develop pressure is exceedingly high or has been high without being detected and treated. Headaches, bloody noses, chest pain, strokes kidney failure or shortness of breath can occur due to untreated hypertension.

Reading up on sign and symptoms of high blood pressure. Can you say more?

Hypertension. Htn is called the "silent killer" for a reason meaning symptoms frequently occur late if at all. Talk to your physician & get screened. Preventive techniques include maintaining an ideal body weight, exercising regularly & moderating alcohol consumption.