Hypertension is otherwise known as high blood pressure. It is the pressure of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries. The two types of Hypertension are Primary hypertension and Secondary hypertension. Normal BP ranges from 110-120/80-90 mm of hg (Systole / diastole) where systole is the pressure on the arteries and the diastole is the pressure in the arteries. High blood pressure or hypertension (HTN) is said when the systolic and the diastolic values elevate.
Skin is the largest organ contributing about 16% of an individual's weight differing in its thickness from place to place (on the body) and person to person.
The color of the skin is created by the cells called melanocytes by producing the pigment called melanin, depending on the amount of pigment produced by these cells the tone of the skin is obtained.
Skin is the layer protecting from the entry of microbes, changes in temperature by minimizing the loss of water, protecting the internal organs.
Skin is an organ of sensation, the feeling of touch, hot, cold.
HTN is associated with many life endangering diseases like heart failure, stroke, amputation, kidney failure, premature death and the list goes on. The high blood pressure can cause sweating, sleeping problems, anxiety and blushing. A person with hypertension may also experience nosebleeds and headaches.