Common associated symptoms of hypertension
Often occurring at the back of the head, especially in the morning.
Vision problems due to increased pressure.
Shortness of Breath
Difficulty breathing or feeling breathless.
Heart palpitations or rapid heartbeat.
Occasional or frequent nosebleeds.
Feeling tired, confused, or experiencing memory problems.
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