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Final Thoughts on Signs and Symptoms of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure may go unrecognized for years, not causing any recognizable signs and symptoms, but causing progressive damage and complications nonetheless. The body structures that long-term high blood pressure affects most include the:
 
  • Blood vessels
  • Heart
  • Kidneys
  • Eyes
  • Brain.
     
(Click Effects of High Blood Pressure to learn more about health problems often associated with this condition.)
 
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