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A normal blood pressure reading for most people is under 120/80. High blood pressure, aka hypertension, affects many people and is defined as consistently having blood pressure where either number is higher than 140/90. In many cases, there is no real cause of hypertension. This type of hypertension is known as essential hypertension. Another type of hypertension, secondary hypertension, results from another medical condition, such as a kidney or adrenal disorder.
As there is no real cause of hypertension in many cases, people with hypertension often fail to show any symptoms. However, Social Security requires evidence regarding symptoms and how they limit daily activities, and how such limitations result in an inability to work in any type of job consistently over time.
Because hypertension is a condition that must be consistent, applicants will need to undergo several blood pressure tests over a period of time before they may receive a true diagnosis of hypertension. Applicants must, of course, provide detailed information regarding the condition and its treatment.
Hypertension may result in nausea, headaches, vomiting, and, if untreated, an increased risk of stroke, heart disease, and heart failure. In addition to medication, treatment often includes changes in lifestyle related to weight loss with the use of exercise and a healthy diet.
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