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charlene1o2


11/20/2012

Can high blood pressure cause dilated pupils?

Can i get dilated pupils from high blood pressure? Why? Or what can cause the dilated pupils?
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  • b0rn2bxcrazii

    11/21/2012

    As we all know that dilated pupils can indicate one's good mood. When you are fearful or aggressively excited, your pupils will dilate.High blood pressure, or hypertension, in human beings commonly results from other medical problems such as kidney disease. High blood pressure can cause the eyes to swell and bleed, often resulting in blindness. Retinal detachment, caused by major head trauma, can also occur, causing blindness. Most times, a cat will be asymptomatic (no symptoms). However, when signs and symptoms do appear, a person may have visual impairment, lethargy, depression and seizures.
  • eomer_byrom

    11/20/2012

    Of course, high blood pressure can lead to dilated pupils. Generally speaking, when you get high blood pressure, it can lead to high eye pressure. And in that way, it can just affect your eyes. Finally, it can lead to dilated pupils. So just be careful to avoid having high blood pressure. Besides, there are also many other factors, which can causes dilated pupils too. For example, hyperventilation, muscle tensions are the most common ones which can be related to dilated pupils. So you can search more information about it at https://www.innerhealthstudio.com/symptoms-of-anxiety.html. Or console it with your eye doctor.
  • clarinetbandguy

    11/21/2012

    Yes, the high blood pressure will cause the dilated pupils. As we know, the pupils will be dilated when we see things we have interested in or we are astounded. When the blood pressure gets high, the eyeballs will become big from the visual side because of the intense eye nerves. Thus, we should calm down.
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