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There is a reason high blood pressure is called the silent killer. Most people with the condition do not have any symptoms. Individuals who do experience signs may have headaches, fatigue, chest pain, shortness of breath, and irritability. Soma Mandal, MD, a primary care physician at Summit Health, joins other experts to explain all about the symptoms, causes, and treatments for high blood pressure in an article for POPSUGAR.

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