WHAT IS BLOOD PRESSURE?
The blood in the vein is called high pressure hypertension on the vessel wall. In the long term, the effect of blood on the vein walls causes damage on the inner surface of the vein. Due to hypertension, the veins feeding the organs may become clogged, enlarged or torn. Hypertension may cause organ failure by impairing blood flow to organs.
Hypertension, also known as high blood pressure, is also known as "silent enemy" because of damage to the kidney, brain, heart and vascular system without causing symptoms for a long time.
WHY SHOULD USE BLOOD PRESSURE?
The goal of hypertension treatment is to lower the blood pressure to below 140/90 mmHg. If the patient has diabetes, kidney failure and organ damage, the blood pressure is targeted to be lower. Hypertension treatment, like all other treatments, should be person-specific. It is not correct to think that blood pressure drugs used in the treatment of hypertension are addictive or harmful, based on the side effects of continuous and long-term medication use.