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COLIN GREEN

Does high blood pressure cause blurred vision?

Some people said that high blood pressure can also cause some vision problems. i just wonder will high blood pressure cause any blurred vision?
09/28/2012

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  • Adam peters

    Here are some main symptoms of high blood pressure, they are: Headache, dizziness, blurred vision and nausea. As you can see , of course high blood pressure can cause blurred vision. And if you appear to have such symptoms, don't hesitate to seek medical care, otherwise, the symptoms may probably become worse and ultimately damage your health even your eyes.
    09/29/2012
  • Jordan

    Yes, the high blood pressure will cause the blurred vision.The person with high pressure may have big influence on the eye pressure. Once the eye pressure gets high, the vision will be blurred. What's more, the dizzy head caused by the high blood pressure will always make the blurred vision.
    10/05/2012
  • Saarah

    Yes, it could cause that. High blood pressure is a condition in which the pressure of the blood pumping through the arteries is extremely high. It can eventually cause blood vessels in the eye to burst or bleed. The eye vision could become blurred or otherwise impaired and could result in blindness. For most cases, the cause of high blood pressure is unknown. However, the people who often drink or smoke can increase the risk of getting high blood pressure.
    10/08/2012
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