Symptom 1: Bleeding nose
Clinically known as epistaxis, nosebleeds are one of the most common symptoms of high blood pressure. According to the study, almost 17% of people who are suffering from hypertension experienced frequent episodes of nosebleeds. The high pressure of the blood ends up puncturing the capillaries inside the nose which then results in nosebleeds. Recurring episodes of nose bleeds should be responded to with medical guidance and treatment.