Is there a permanent cure for high blood pressure?
Yes, some cases can be. Certain varieties of high blood pressure known as secondary hypertension (high blood pressure) with a curable primary cause can be cured if you can eliminate the primary cause. Some of these are: a mass in the adrenal gland called pheochromocytoma, obstruction to the blood vessels of the kidney, obstruction to the aorta, reversible acute kidney injury. High blood pressure without any other primary cause is known as essential hypertension. It requires regular treatment, which may be either medications or just life style modifications in mild cases.