What Would Cause High Blood Pressure To Come On Quicker

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Stinson Says:
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What would cause high blood pressure to come on just in the last two months? Nothing has changed in my diet, everything is the same. Seems like I've been clenching my jaws too and it gives me a headache.



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Verwon Says:

It is very hard to say, there are many reasons, according to the NIH, including stress, medications, and genetics.

Is your diet high in fat and sodium/salt? Both can contribute to a gradual increase in blood pressure. How high was it found to be?

Do you take any medications regularly?

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Nursevixerbell Says:
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Stress will drive your BP up quickly. Has your stress level increased?

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