1: High BP, or hypertension, often has no symptoms but can lead to serious health issues.

2: Experiencing headaches, fatigue, or vision problems could be signs of high BP.

3: Factors like age, genetics, and lifestyle can contribute to high blood pressure.

4: Poor diet, lack of exercise, and stress can increase your risk of developing high BP.

5: High BP can damage your heart, kidneys, and blood vessels over time.

6: Regular blood pressure checks are essential for detecting and managing hypertension.

7: Lifestyle changes like eating a healthy diet and exercising can help lower high BP.

8: Medication may be needed to control high BP in some cases.

9: Seeking medical advice is crucial if you suspect you have high blood pressure.