Did your doctor check for this cause of Hypertension?

Conn's disease causes hypertension, owing to a small tumor in your adrenal gland. It can cause your blood pressure to rise, even when you are resting. Read on to learn more about this disease.

Updated Date : 2022-08-12T07:26:08.847Z

How does BP go up in Conn's disease?

Conn's disease causes your blood pressure to rise by retaining excess sodium in your body. This is because your body makes too much "Aldosterone" a chemical that is normally released to maintain blood pressure.

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