I first found my hypertension in 2018, that is, I found my hypertension four years ago. However, I didn't take medicine. Some of them were intermittent and didn't take them seriously. The blood pressure was generally maintained at about 150. In the future, if I am 40 years old, will my blood pressure be higher, or will my body be worse? I'm still young, so I don't feel that my body has a special condition. Will it be more dangerous when I get old? And will it be passed on to children in the future?
Hypertension is a common disease in clinic, including primary hypertension and secondary hypertension. If secondary hypertension is caused by vascular disease or adrenal disease, the primary disease can be completely cured as long as active treatment is given. Primary hypertension is mainly related to heredity. Now your blood pressure is relatively high, you need oral antihypertensive drugs for symptomatic treatment, and you should eat less salt at ordinary times, Eat less greasy food, avoid smoking and alcohol, exercise properly, and monitor blood pressure and blood lipids regularly.
Hypertension in his 20s is also a common suggestion in clinic. First of all, we should rule out the causes of secondary hypertension, that is, whether there is hyperthyroidism or adrenal space occupying. On this basis, if it is primary hypertension, we should treat it with active drugs. Generally speaking, if we can control the blood pressure within the normal range, it will have little impact on the human body.
At present, hypertension is a common and frequently occurring disease. The prevalence of hypertension in China has reached 11%, and there are many young people with hypertension. Hypertension in their 20s is also common in clinic. The occurrence of hypertension in young people is mainly related to obesity, smoking, drinking and heredity. It is necessary to quit smoking and alcohol and control their weight. Some hypertension is secondary hypertension, which needs to be excluded from other diseases, There are mainly kidney diseases and adrenal diseases. It is recommended to go to the cardiology department of the third class a hospital for standardized screening.