3 facial signs that signal high blood pressure
The rate of hypertension increases with age, and the rate of recurrent nosebleeds due to hypertension also increases significantly.
Nosebleeds caused by hypertension occur early in the morning or after exercise.
Blood vessels are less elastic, which leads to more severe bleeding.
Due to the slow onset of high blood pressure, most patients have no obvious symptoms, especially discomfort, sometimes only mild dizziness, headaches and other symptoms that are often overlooked.
Here are 3 facial signs that signal high blood pressure.