Does hypertension leads to heart failure?

Blood pressure which is too high hypertension or HBP Uncontrolled high blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart failure. When blood vessel pressure is too high, the heart has to work harder than usual to keep the blood flowing. The heart suffers as a result of this, and the chambers get larger and weaker over time. High blood pressure can cause heart failure by producing left ventricular hypertrophy, which is a thickening of the heart muscle that causes less effective muscular relaxation between heartbeats. Heart disorders induced by high blood pressure are referred to as hypertensive heart disease. Different cardiac problems are caused by the heart functioning under greater strain. Heart failure, heart muscle thickening, coronary artery disease, and other diseases are all symptoms of hypertensive heart disease.   A high-salt, high-fat, and/or high-cholesterol diet are all common causes of high blood pressure. Kidney and hormone disorders, diabetes, and excessive cholest