When you try to investigate high blood pressure symptoms, it's likely you won’t end up with much, because the condition doesn’t really have many signs.
One possible warning sign of high blood pressure could be recurrent flushed skin.
The medical site explains that endocrine disorders that lead to high levels of hormones that impact stress, blood pressure as well as blood vessels can cause flushing. .
American Heart Society states that facial flushing can be accompanying stress, alcohol consumption and exercise, which can all raise blood pressure levels temporarily.
Blood pressure is measured in two numbers - systolic and diastolic pressure
Systolic describes the pressure when your heart pushes blood out and diastolic describes when your heart rests between beats