Dr Moavia Arshad, Dr Adeela Muneer, Dr Muhammad Rehman Bashir
Aim: Hypertension is most notable avoidable cause for horribleness and mortality, but generally agent grown-up information on Pakistan have not been available. The research planned for surveying the commonness and determinants of hypertension, including sociodemographic factors, weight status, health behaviour, and psychosocial stress and backing hazard factors. Methods: The Pakistan Family Life Survey met and inspected in the public populace based cross-sectional investigation 29969 people matured 19 years and more seasoned, mean age 45.4 years (SD=16.4). Our current research was conducted at Mayo Hospital, Lahore from March 2019 to February 2020. Pulse, body tallness also weight, dietary conduct, physical movement, tobacco usage, and psychosocial factors were estimated. Calculated relapse examinations were utilized to assess factors of hypertension by sexual orientation. Results. The predominance of hypertension among study members was 34.5% (96 % CI: 34.8-36.1), among guys 32.1% (96% CI: 31.3, 32.8), and among females 36.5% (96% CI: 35.8, 37.4). Among hypertensives, 43.8% knew, 12.6% were dealt with, and 16.5% were controlled. In completely balanced investigations, in the two people, more established age, no or rudimentary instruction, being overweight or hefty, and having visited an outpatient’s wellbeing office in the previous 5 weeks were decidedly related hypertension. Age (P to pattern < 0,001) and weight file (BMI) (P to pattern < 0,002) have found huge straight hypertension relations. Similarly, the use of tobacco and the burdensome side effects of men had clear hypertension ties, whereas today's use of tobacco was detrimental to hypertension. Furthermore, hypertension was associated with lower emotional monetary status in women. Conclusion: The frequency of elevated blood pressure and poor concentration, and extremely low therapy and regulation. Significant multi-level intercessions for general well-being are desperately needed to enhance hypertension diagnosis, care and management in Pakistan. Keywords: Demographic Features, Pakistani, High Blood Pressure.