You want hypertension and blood pressure explained? No problem. Here’s the explanation.
Your whole body is a weak hydraulic system. It’s a sack of mostly water, with miles of water-filled tubes (ok, blood vessels, and other plumbing). The notion of hydraulics is that pressure applied to a non-compressible liquid gets transmitted through that liquid to every part of whatever contains it.
If it’s your circulatory system that we’re talking about, then we say it’s a “weak” or inefficient hydraulic system because the miles of tubing are not rigid pipes or armored hoses – they’re flexible. Think of a plastic garden hose, compared to copper pipe or armored hydraulic hoses.
High blood pressure is the working pressure of your arteries and veins, with the settings cranked a bit higher than is good for you. We say “a bit higher” because, if it’s a lot higher, then you are not long for this world, sorry.
Blood Pressure Has Basically Three Components
Stay with us here – we’ll have hypertension and blood pressure explained in no time (if you’re a fast reader).
- The heart pushes the blood out one end, it circulates through all the pipes (arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, veins), and it comes back in the other end. OK, there are two outs and two ins (out to the lungs and back in, then out to the rest of the body, and back in), but the basic principle applies – the heart goes boom (push), and the blood rushes out into the biggest artery. The faster, and more forcefully the heartbeats, the greater the pressure in the system.
- The second aspect of blood pressure is the pipes, all the blood vessels in your body. That big artery (mentioned in our first point) that exits the heart splits into smaller arteries that head out to this-and-that parts of the body, those arteries in turn split into smaller arteries, until eventually becoming the tiniest arterioles, and those lead into capillaries, the smallest blood vessels in the body, and also the most permeable and pervasive. Capillaries suffuse pretty much every living part of your body. The blood in the capillaries offloads oxygen to the surrounding tissues and picks up carbon dioxide (and other substances). Coming out the other end the capillaries join to venules, which join to larger and successively larger veins, all the way back to the heart. The heart would not be able to make the blood go all that distance if the arteries and veins were just soft, limp noodles. The pressure of the blood being pushed out of the heart would dissipate shortly after it left and never get anywhere. Instead, the arteries are strongly walled tubes, lined with contractile tissue (involuntary muscle) that prevents expansion of the tubes, and actually helps the blood along the way. The tighter and more clenched the arteries are, the stiffer the pipes and the farther the pressure wave from the heart can push each pulse of blood. The veins aren’t reinforced as much – they are slightly controllable for dilation, and they’ve got check-valves to prevent back-flow, but that’s about it – since they are the return collectors in a closed system. As long as there’s enough pressure on the artery side of the system to force the oxygenated blood all the way through to (and past) the tiniest vessels – those capillaries – that’s enough.
- The third element of the blood pressure system is the actual amount of blood in the system. The kidneys manage the salinity and overall volume of liquid, allowing water (the biggest component, by volume, of your blood) to seep out of the system, or causing it to be reclaimed back into the circulatory system, depending on how much is needed, to maintain sufficient pressure.
So far, so good. We’re keeping up our end by ensuring that we get this hypertension and blood pressure explained – you keep up your end by reading and paying attention; there’s a test.
It’s a balancing act. The heart keeps pounding, pumping blood. The arteries tighten up or relax, according to demand and according to the amount of blood that’s in ’em. The kidneys regulate the concentrations, thereby causing the blood to be thicker or thinner (more or less dilute) and have more or less volume.
So What’s The Problem?
As long as the heart keeps pumping, the rest of the system just maintains, right? Adjusting to how much liquid and salt you’ve been consuming and losing (as urine, as sweat, as water-vapor in your exhaled breath), right? Well, yes. But there are limits to adaptability.
Keeping Your Concentration
You can alter the concentration of a liquid (say water) that has something dissolved or suspended in it, in two ways. You can add or subtract water (pour some in or evaporate some off), or you can add more of the substance that was dissolved. You can also subtract some of the dissolved material, though that’s usually the hardest one to accomplish.
Now how does that work in the body for, say, the blood?
It’s hard to consume too much water, but it can be done. You can dilute the blood so much that the filtration mechanisms don’t work properly. That can shoot your blood pressure so far out of range that you wouldn’t survive it… except that, when you are that diluted, several other things are killing you even faster.
Consuming that much liquid in a short time takes a lot more determination than most people have. So it’s rare.
More likely is that you take in too little water, or that what you do take in has too much salt in it. The result can be excessive concentrations in the blood, putting a lot of stress on the kidneys, which gamely try to keep up with whatever you throw at them.
Various bad things can happen if you habitually drink too little (water), or habitually consume too much salt.
But there’s more. There are other things that affect blood pressure, and the amount of effort that the heart must exert to keep the blood moving.
One problem is a physical blockage, the accumulation of crud on the walls of the arteries. Eventually, that accumulation causes the arteries to lose their flexibility – their ability to react and adjust to changing conditions and demands. It also makes the arteries narrower, by filling up the interior space, so it takes more effort to push the blood through.
Consider also that there’s a number of blood vessels that are sufficient to get blood to all the tissues in the body. It’s nominally the amount of piping needed for an average-sized person.
The heart is made to pump blood through that many miles of vessels. The mechanisms of controlling blood pressure are optimized to work with your body’s optimum size and shape.
In other words, nature kinda expects you to be of that optimum size and shape. So does your heart.
How Much of You Is There?
Now consider what happens when you get fat. You increase your mass, the sheer amount of you that needs to have blood circulated through it. Each additional pound of fat needs a lot of extra little arterioles, capillaries, and venules in order to carry in oxygen and carry away metabolic wastes.
All that extra tubing represents extra work for the heart, and lots of small tubes represent extra resistance to the flow of liquid, so the whole system increases blood pressure to keep the blood flowing.
Put It All Together And…
So, we have blood pressure explained as pipes, pump, and fluid volume-and-thickness control, and we have crud from the years of junk-food clogging and stiffening the arteries, and making the holes (the pipes) smaller.
We have extra fat tissue causing the existence of many more tiny pipes. The blood pressure in the system begins to average higher and higher, just to maintain operation.
Death By Passivity
Any more contributors? Well, at least one more. We noted that the arteries actively help to propel the blood along and constrict or relax to help adjust pressure. But the veins are nearly-passive hoses. They contain/carry the blood, but they don’t help much to move it.
So, aside from a bit of suction at the inlet of the heart, how does the blood in the veins get back to the heart? Well, part of the solution is the small left-over pressure after the blood emerges on the veinous side of the capillary network. But the rest is the tissues surrounding the veins.
Physically active tissue, muscles, basically massage the blood along the veins, back toward the heart. Every squeeze sends some blood along, and the internal valves prevent backflow. The actions of your leg muscles are particularly helpful in getting blood from your feet and lower legs all the way back up to the heart.
So, sitting around has the effect of removing that assistance. The blood still needs to get back to the heart, but without the outside assistance from working muscles, it means the heart must push and suck that much harder when it should be relaxing, and the whole system must maintain a higher overall pressure, just to keep working. Also Read: How to Control High Blood Pressure?
So the Pressure Is Higher – BIG DEAL
It all works, right? You can have hypertension/high blood pressure and your blood still flows, your kidneys and lungs and brain and everything still all work, right?
Well, yes and no. The system initially has a lot of over-capacity built-in. You test that overcapacity every time you lift something heavy, sneeze, cough, strain to make a bowel movement.
The problem is that the overcapacity is in relation to a normal baseline. Now, constantly pushing the system near the upper limits of that capability – by being fat, by having too much salt inside, by having gunk clogging the pipes – stresses everything, and it leaves no reserve, no headroom, for exertions like coughing and sneezing and straining.
Filtration and Volume Control – Under Pressure
The kidneys take a real beating. They are a compact network of very, very delicate tubes and structures, whose job is to be so thin and porous that water and all sorts of chemicals can pass through, in both directions, in a controlled fashion. When something that is fine and delicate is kept at high pressure, it eventually begins to shred and leak.
Shredding and leakage in the kidneys means that they are in the process of failing. It can take years, but if you don’t remove the stressor – the high blood pressure and the things that cause it – they eventually do fail.
Healing Leaves Damage
Before failing completely under excessive blood pressure, your kidneys, like any other damaged organ, try to heal. But “healing”, just like for wounds and tears to skin and muscles, is not a perfect thing. In fact, healing generally results in the formation of scar tissue, whose only real capability is to hold stuff together.
So, if you gouge or scrape your skin and it scabs and scars, the scar is different from the rest of your skin. Not only does it look different, it has no sweat glands, no hair follicles, and no nerves. It’s not dead, but it doesn’t contribute except to plug the hole. Now think of the same thing happening inside your kidneys and inside your arteries and veins. Tears and other damage keep happening, due to the relentless excess pressure, and scar tissue keeps replacing working tissue. The affected organ becomes inflexible and less productive. Less resilient.
It’s Not Just Kidneys, Man
Of course, as important as your kidneys are, they are not the only delicate organ connected to the over-pressured circulatory system. The lungs are quite delicate, being mostly thin membranes designed to allow gas and vapor exchange. If they suffer years of micro-shredding and cumulative scarring, they become less able to do their job, and less able to be trained to greater capacity, if (say) you took it into your head to start exercising. Well, at least you weren’t dumb enough to smoke… or if you were, at least it was pot or something that gave a bit of return for the damage, right?
Give Some Thought To The Brain
There’s more. Somewhere above your neck, that mound of jelly behind your eyes – your brain – is another delicate tissue. If tears happen in the tiny blood vessels, the contents (blood) leak into the surrounding tissue (the brain). The rest of the body is, as we observed above, a meat sack. It’s got an outside container of muscle, fat and skin, but all of that material is flexible. Stretchy, more or less. A bit of leakage here and there in the body is not good, but it can be accommodated by the expansion of the container – pressure from internal leakage can be accommodated to a certain extent.
The brain, however, is inside the skull. The skull is a notoriously inflexible box. If fluid leaks from the pipes in the brain, it has nowhere to go, so it just pools in the brain and presses, crushing the tissue around it against the unyielding inside of the skull. Brain tissue dies, and you lose some functional capability, either in a gradual fashion or as a sudden event – a stroke. When a piece of brain dies, it’s gone for good. So is the function that it performed. Also read: Kidney Cancer – Symptoms and treatment of kidney cancer
Stroke Recovery Is Partial… And Slow – Really Slow
Elsewhere, we recounted a story about accidentally poking a sharp object into the end of a finger, just above the final knuckle and, in the process, severing the nerve that served that quadrant of the finger. That quadrant of the finger-end, from the knuckle to the tip was unable to feel pressure and other sensation.
It’s taken 12 years, so far, for nerves from the adjacent quadrants of that finger-end to slowly grow into the “dead” zone and give it a semblance of ability to feel again. It’s not quite like the original. It’s coarse and it feels odd.
That was a single nerve serving a relatively minor functional area, way out in the periphery. The brain, on the other hand, is mostly nerve tissue. And it’s the center of everything that you are and do.
Our point is that, if you damage some of the nerve tissue in your brain when you are forty, fifty, sixty, even if the rest of the brain tries to adapt and grow into the gap, it will never be as good, and even a pale imitation of the old function will take decades to develop, if ever.
In other words, you’ll reach the end of your life before you get major brain function back, assuming it even tries to come back.
Not Me – I’ll Be Like Those People Who Make Miracle Recoveries
No, you won’t. Why do you think you read about them in the newspapers, and why do you think the stories are so breathless and playing up the event? Same as everything else you read in the news (or see on TV or get from your RSS news services on the Web) – it makes the news because it’s rare and unlikely. It’s the exception. If you could count on being so rare and exceptional that you would make a miraculous recovery from a stroke, don’t you think you would have been miraculously spared the damage in the first place? Teenagers think that way. It’s well past time you stopped thinking you are immortal and somehow exempt.
The Reason Why
Why do you think we’ve created this website? It’s because we’ve seen enough of what’s happening to our own aging carcasses that we are scared into [finally] doing something about it.
We’ve also seen relatives lingering for years and years, with their brains and bodies only partially working due to stroke.
Read this page every time you feel your motivation slipping.
Minor fluctuations in blood pressure is not uncommon. However, If the fluctuation is is large, in that case you should consult your doctor immediately to find if there is any persisting infection or other health issue.
BP is more a lifestyle problem. Proper diet, regular exercises and medication are the three important aspects of BP management. Your doctor will carefully choose the medicines based upon your health condition and requirements. There are different types of medicines like beta blockers or calcium channel blockers or diuretics which could control blood pressure. There is nothing which is unsafe or hard as you are apprehensive about. Let your doctor choose the suitable medicine for you in its accurate dose. Your doctor may decide to withdraw the medicines if required.
From Nov.17 at a BP reading of 150/90 my doctor started giving me Blood Pressure Medicines, following are the names of medicines which he has given to me till date, LN BlOC 10, Prolomet XL25, Cortel 25, Concor 2.5 mg, i wish to know which medicine is more safe and more light in view of strength of medicine as I think Concor 2.5 mg is more light other than other medicines. On my last visit my BP was 120/80 on 5th Feb 2018 and since then I am taking Concor 2.5 mg. My another question is that whether it is compulsory to take BP medicines life long as I am 42 years of age. Whether BP medicines has side effects also as when I was taking Prolomet XL 25 I was having personal problems so I am asking this question that whether Concor 2.5. mg is safe or not. As everytime I fee heaviness in head is it related to BP or its medicines or something else. I know my question is long but I am also hopeful I will get answeres of all my above three questions. Thanks & Regards, Bhuvan Sharma
I’ve had pneumonia for three months and my blood pressure has raised sky high once and has been severally low and I’ve been having seziures
High blood sugars and diabetes are very common problems today. Around 1 in every 3 persons is found showing the signs of high blood sugar level. The test results of your blood sugar will help you to identify whether or not you are suffering from the risks of high blood sugar. Generally, high blood sugar level gets confirmed if the test results are above 130 mg/dl when tested before breakfast. This is known as fasting hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). Commonly, high blood sugar is known as hyperglycemia. Similarly, if your sugar level is higher than 180 mg/dl when tested after two hours of eating your meal/breakfast generally confirms that postprandial (after a meal) hyperglycemia.
Today, not only the elders but even children are catching hold of high blood sugar levels and even diabetes. It is awful, though the reasons are very clear. Most of it is getting hold due to the changing patterns of lifestyle and unhealthy eating habits of recent times. A person having high blood sugar levels feels discomforted and lethargic. They are always in search of some remedy to lower down the glucose level, and they are ready to sacrifice many things for that too. Getting aware of the problems and taking care of early signs of high blood sugar is something that should not be ignored.
Signs of High Blood Sugar:
- Frequently getting thirsty
- Urge to rush to the toilet quite often at very short intervals
- Feels tired
- Feels lethargic
- Feels discomforted
- Feels irritated
- Loss in weight
- Dry or itchy skin
- Dry mouth
- Blurred vision
- Fast heart rate
- Weak pulse
- Slow healing of injuries or wounds
A high blood sugar level does not necessarily denote that you have diabetes. But yes, it is a warning alarm for taking precautions to minimize the levels before diabetes takes it over. A very high blood sugar level is dangerous and may be considered as a warning signal to control your sugar intakes in any form. It is important that the symptoms are apprehended and its associated risks are taken care of. It is advisable that you have your blood sugar tests done and your reports checked and consulted before you start taking any medication for the same.
Also Read: How to control High Blood Pressure?
Ways to control blood sugar levels:
- Begin to exercise regularly, at least 2 to 3 time a week
- Walking daily
- Drink plenty of water throughout the day
- Follow a healthy diet plan
- Control intake of sweets and carbohydrates
- Increase your fiber intake
- Minimize your stress
- Live a healthy lifestyle
When the sugar levels are high, then the body may feel an urge to flush those extra sugars out from your body, which it does in the form of urine. Due to this reason, the person may feel thirstier and will definitely need more quantity of water or other fluids to quench the thirst and keep himself/herself rehydrated. This is also a good solution to flush out those extra sugar from your body from time to time. Therefore, keep yourself rehydrated continuously.
Today, the world has advanced itself with so many new advancements in the products. Today, there are substitutes for every product in the market. We have a substitute for sugar as well. Apart from the recommended “sugar-free” tablets or powders, one may even consume brown sugar or jaggeries or honey as a sweetening ingredient for a sugar substitute. But yes, everything needs to take in mild and controlled quantities only. The diet plan should be such that it is balanced and healthy. Consuming too much of anything is bad, and similarly consuming too low of anything is equally bad.
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Creatinine is an excretory product formed from muscles and filtered out through kidneys and passed out in urine. The normal level of blood creatinine is 0.6 to 1.2 milligram per 100 ml of blood.
When the kidneys do not function properly, the blood creatinine level rises. Patients with diabetes or hypertension have greater chance of kidney damage. Many drugs are likely to induce kidney damage. These include antibiotics like ciprofloxacin, vancomycin: analgesics like acetomorphin, aspirin, ibuprofen: antiviral drugs like acyclovir: proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole and pantoprazole: arthritis drug like infliximab; anticonvulsant like phenytoin and chemotherapy drugs used during cancer treatment. This is recommended that a patients with progressive kidney damage must avoid using the above class of drugs.
When the creatinine level rises above 10mg/dl, dialysis is recommended. The main symptoms include tiredness, shortness of breath, confusion and dehydration. Serum creatinine and blood urea nitrogen tests are done during routine health check up. Nephrologists use these test to know about the kidney health and the assess the gradual progression of kidney disease, if any. However, the serum creatinine level may rise temporarily if the body is dehydrated, there is less volume of blood or the person eats large amount of meat or due to some medication.
If kidney damage is indicated, blood pressure must be under control to prevent further damage. The patient can be put on low protein diet to reduce load upon kidneys. This is not possible to reverse the already damaged kidney, but to prevent further loss is of course possible through medication and diet control.
Physical exercise and balanced diet are found to be very helpful in control of hypertension and in turn, prevention of further kidney damage.
This is suggested that all adult above 35 years of age must get serum creatinine level checked at least once every two years, as sometimes the kidney damage progresses silently and the symptoms appear at very advanced stage where the damage is no longer controllable and proves fatal.
Generally, in elderly patients with complaint of hypertension, the doctor prescribes a blood thinner like aspirin, warfarin etc. to reduce the chances of stroke. Our brain vessels are one of the most delicate ones and gets easily ruptured by the pressure of blood having high viscosity in hypertensive patients. Once ruptured, this may result into brain hemorrhage or stroke. Any damage to brain is irreparable. Hence it is of utmost importance to keep a check upon the viscosity of blood so that such damaging effects could be avoided.
Now, I would narrate two short stories involving two characters – one my mother and second my uncle.
My mother has 15 years old history of hypertension and was on aspirin for the above reasons since her very diagnosis. Monsoon 2011- Dengue mania breaks out in Delhi as usual. We go to Medanta hospital for routine checkup of my mother. Dr. Balbir Singh, Senior interventional cardiologist there stops the blood thinner in view of my mother’s marginally low platelet count. Four years since then, we don’t bother to consult any cardiologist to restart the blood thinner. Diwali 2015- My mother diagnosed with atrial fibrillation and when the cardiologist came to know that she is not on blood thinner since last four years, he really panics. Atrial fibrillation patients have relatively high degree of risk of stroke. After immediate control of fibrillation, Dr Upendra Kaul, senior cardiologist at Fortis hospital, for whom we really carry high degree of regard, prescribes the blood thinner Pradaxa [dabigatran etexilate mesylate]. After brainstorming at google for hours, I concluded this to be among the most proffered blood thinners worldwide in contemporary times. My mother’s heart gave her another miss (of course, not a long one) when she came to know that one tablet of Pradaxa costs Rs.70. When we went to Dr Kaul for review, she knowingly asks him- Do I need to take this medicine twice daily? (although she knew the answer). Dr Kaul replied affirmative with a short glance towards her (as if he knew the real intent behind the question). Now as both the participants understood the theme of the dialogue, my mother unhesitatingly said in a dim voice “It’s too costly’’. I still remember Dr Kaul’s equally dim but meaningful words echoing ‘’ what’s costlier than a life!!’ She was convinced. Still I tried to find a generic more economical alternative for pradaxa, but in vane. Just I got more convinced when I went to my native place, a remote district in Bihar. There my family physician asked me’’ Are you taking Pradaxa’’ . I replied affirmative. I could see the mixed feeling in his eyes. He said ‘’ Even I wish to prescribe this medicine to my patients here, but if I start with such medications , my clinic would soon get shut down with the allegation of my patients regarding my liaison with pharma companies’’.
Another story involves my uncle, again a patient of hypertension since last 10 years. He now resides at the countryside village enjoying mother nature in true sense. He got so embossed with the untarnished environment there that he started having the confidence that he doesn’t need any medications now. What happens next? No medication for hypertension, no blood thinner, no mediation with doctor, direct transmission to The Almighty!! He is lying in the ICU of Sir Gangaram Hospital with severe brain hemorrhage.
Oh My God !! Bless us !!
If you have high blood pressure, stomach ulcers, itchy skin, kidney stones, … the banana is a natural remedy that can support very effective treatment with drugs specific items below
Prevention and treatment of high blood pressure should eat three times daily, each meal from 1-2 ripe bananas. Need to eat in two months.
Peptic ulcer treatment: dried fruit in the shade of green bananas or dried at low temperature and then spread the dough. Last drinks at two times it did not hungry, every time a soup spoon mixed with warm water.
Itchy skin treatment: Use sharp bark bananas wash water daily. Each day rinse 2 – 3 times.
Chapping treatment limbs: a fruit ripe for bananas (nine as possible), after drying heat. Hanging evening rinse your hands with warm water, then dried bananas get hot where limbs were rubbing on the cracked skin, as many consecutive times you’ll win.
Constipation treatment: daily food consumption 250g ripe bananas before bedtime.
Cure for kidney stones: choice banana fruit thoroughly, dried grains, small distribution of drinking water from cooking; to 7 teaspoons (tsp) powdered seeds banana into 2 liters of water, simmer while 2 / 3 countries Yes. Drinking water daily as tea, instant 2-3 months for good results.
Diabetes Cure: Training lays banana trees, washed, pound, forcing water to drink, use regularly, and long term effects of blood sugar stable. Because no more bananas and tubers dug tubers complex, physicians (in China) has improved research: cross banana tree carved a hole, covered up or buried, to water the banana trees standing on such information. Get it for patients to drink water. When the cut on the lower wilt down, like a cut tree is used several times. Banana water dilutes the rainy season than dry season drinking. Disease treatment in this way also relieved markedly. Corn or banana trees there are like, the original cut (ground about 20cm), took a knife carved holes in the fuselage to bananas, for one night, the next morning from the pore water level (by bananas body secretions) that drink.
Obesity prevention and treatment: use the baking banana dish. How to do just to prepare a cooked banana pepper, halved peeled out. Then spread the money or paper baking tin dedicated food and then put the banana into the backpack. Set up pan bottom bananas, simmer for banana pack does not burn. Bake 2 minutes of smell bananas then turn back and Grill is within 2 minutes. A delicious meal, nutritious. Banana pepper grilled dishes can clean the blood, helps increase intestinal bacteria ich trong, on the other hand, there is the dark roasted banana pepper, eaten often people do not crave the sweet again should be effective to reduce fat, even after born.
Cure white zone in women: take root of bananas pepper 250g, 120g pork. Two tunnels for the water to drink during the day.
Hair Loss Remedy much: the white plastic used in water consumption of banana trees (three targets tourists) to the skin daily by the head (hairline), will work to prevent hair loss and can help the skin will fall but grows back. 30ml plastic swimming every day to this.
Good food poisoning: experience shows that use green sliced bananas served with assorted vegetables, meat, fish poison can be solved in these foods.
Economic seaweed treatment: results from the seventh green banana pepper, peeled, thinly sliced, dried, star fire and spread the dough. Do not pull pot (shavers in the ass coal boilers, wood) 15g, then mixed using distilled two things gradually. Each drink 2 teaspoons hot water to drink with empty stomach. Drink 3 times a day. Also Read: Health benefits of mangoes