Hypertension, in any other case generally known as hypertension, has been described as a silent killer if left unchecked and which typically presents no indicators and signs earlier than it strikes.
A household doctor, Dr. Olakunle Moteemi, who made this revelation whereas speaking to DAILY POST in Osogbo, the Osun State capital, additionally said that almost all occasions hypertension presents indicators and signs that are principally ignored because of the lack of well being consciousness amongst Nigerians.
Dr. Moteemi famous that hypertension happens on account of life-style habits which embrace smoking, consuming, lack of sleep, sedentary life-style, stress and heredity.
He said that hypertension, if left unchecked, can result in stroke which can lead to demise relying on the severity.
The doctor disclosed that hypertension may trigger blindness, coronary heart assault, kidney failure, low intercourse drive and erectile dysfunction.
Technique of prevention the doctor advocated included life-style change and correct well being schooling and monitoring for people above 45 years of age.
Based on him, these life-style adjustments embrace usually checking blood strain and faithfully taking medicines as prescribed by the medical practitioner.
He additionally maintained that common train and sleep is required to reinforce blood circulation and refresh the physique.
Dr. Moteemi cautioned towards the consumption of salt and fatty meals including that salt has the tendency to lift the blood strain whereas fatty meals comprise ldl cholesterol which blocks blood vessels and makes the guts work extra so as to pump blood to all components of the physique.
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