A persistent headache chest pain ringing in the ears shortness of breath nausea

A persistent headache chest pain ringing in the ears

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medical crisis. A persistent, headache, chest pain, ringing in the ears, shortness of breath, nausea, and vomiting are common for patients that have uncontrolled blood pleasure without pharmacological treatment are unmanaged disease characteristics. A marker for uncontrolled hypertension frequent trips to the doctor’s office or frequent emergency visits. To avoid hypertensive crisis patients may avoid anything that may exert them or may cause stress to their body such as physical activities (Kaiser Permanente, 2013). B. Patients, Families, and Populations
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16 Running head: PATHOPHARMALOGICAL FOUNDATIONS Once the patient's hypertension is under control, symptoms of the disease should not have a significant impact on one’s life. However, if hypertension goes uncontrolled whether it be from not be aware of the disease or finding the right medication regiment, the body is put under a strain that can lead to daily fatigue. Classic signs and symptoms of hypertension headaches, blurry vision, shortness of breath, dizziness, and chest pain. Sometimes symptoms of uncontrolled hypertension could be debilitating, and a person can have severe fatigue, they may call into work missing because of unnecessary hospitalizations. A person’s lifestyle can have a significant impact on hypertension symptoms. It is very imported to teach patients about these lifestyle changes such as no longer smoking many types if nicotine product. When a patient decided to quit the use of nicotine products, they may become irritable from the withdrawal symptoms. The patients family relationship can be put on a stain when the patient stops because of irritability and withdraw systems. This stain can challenge relationships and even push away one's support system. It is vital to have a support person that checks in regularly as well as give gentle reminders to check blood pressure and medication reminders. This can cause a stain between the support person and patient because the patient may feel that they are being nagged about taking medication and abstinence from smoking. The family of the hypertensive patient can be directly affected because they can be the sole provider of income for the family. This can put a tremendous burden on the household because when a person misses work or is hospitalized, money is not coming into the home. There may be instances when one or more family member is diagnosed with uncontrolled hypertension. This can become challenging to manage health cost, doctor visits, hospital visits, and medication cost. If more than one person in the household can
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17 Running head: PATHOPHARMALOGICAL FOUNDATIONS be dealing with hypertension, working as a support group when it comes to diet change, exercise partner and other lifestyle changes.
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