Hypertension is usually asymptomatic until?
Complications of end-organ damage arise
Or an acute increase in blood pressure occurs
Lost nonspecific symptoms of hypertension.
Secondary hypertension usually manifests with symptoms of the underlying disease.
Nonspecific symptoms of hypertension
Headaches, esp. early morning or waking headache
Dizziness, tinnitus, blurred vision
Chest discomfort, palpitations
Strong, bounding pulse on palpation
Fatigue, sleep disturbances