Dr Fria Maqsood, Dr Amna Rabbani
Background and objectives: Hypertension is a significant public health problem, with a worldwide prevalence of 40.8% and a control rate of 32.3%. The main objective of the study is to find the effect of blood pressure and hypertension in the risk assessment of heart diseases among young people. Methodology of the study: This cross sectional study was conducted at PHFMC during June 2019 to December 2019. This research will help towards next findings of effect of blood pressure in hypertension and cardiovascular diseases. Results: The data shows that there is a significant relationship between hypertension and CVD. There is also some positive relationship between socio-economic status and hypertension with respect to CVD. Conclusion: In conclusion, the current hypertension paradigm does not account for the continuous risk associated with elevated BP or the multifactorial nature of CVD, the primary consequence of elevated BP.