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I always feel that the head and neck may be “tight”, which may be cervical hypertension!

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Many people look blank when they hear the term of cervical hypertension, because everyone rarely connects blood pressure with the cervical spine. Cervical hypertension is much more serious than ordinary hypertension. Compared with ordinary hypertension, symptoms are relatively obvious, but when you find the following performance, you must consider the possibility of cervical hypertension!

Symptoms of 5 cervical hypertension:

1. Cervical pain

The most common symptom of cervical hypertension is neck pain, and the pain of the cervical spine is closely related to the blood pressure value.

When the patient feels that he has neck pain, headache, and dizziness, the blood pressure value at this time is actually much higher than the normal time. After these discomfort symptoms disappear, blood pressure will also decrease. Such symptoms are the most obvious in the early stages of onset.

2. Before the occurrence of hypertension, blood pressure fluctuates obviously

Many people have found that they have fluctuated up and down, and the blood pressure is very unstable during the long period of time, and the blood pressure is very unstable.

Once you find that your blood pressure fluctuates, you should pay attention and take targeted treatment in time.

3. The effect of taking antihypertensive drugs is not good, but the treatment of cervical spondylosis is effective

After discovering high blood pressure, general patients will choose to take antihypertensive drugs to control blood pressure stability. However, for patients with cervical hypertension, the antihypertensive effect of taking antihypertensive drugs is not obvious. Such patients can generally decrease significantly after treating cervical spondylosis.

4. Treatment of cervical spondylodia blood pressure shows a downward trend

In the 24 -hour dynamic blood pressure observation, when treating cervical spondylosis, the patient’s blood pressure will drop by 20 ~ 30mmHg, which means that it is likely to be caused by cervical hypertension.

5. The more serious the vertebral body is unstable or the degree of dislocation, the higher the blood pressure

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Many patients find that their cervical spine is unstable or dislocated. At this time, the measurement of blood pressure is also soared. The more severe the cervical spine, the higher the blood pressure value.

Regardless of whether there is a hypertension, the neck is an important and fragile part of the human body. Once discomfort occurs, treatment must be paid to treatment to avoid more serious consequences.

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