So, not sure where to go from here.
I'm a 24 year old male, 5'9" 180lbs...
About 4 years ago I had some pretty high blood pressure. Adjusted my diet and started some cardio and that killed it off for a long time. I haven't thought about it since.
Anyway, I work at a coffee shop and drink a lot of it (normally) but not to excess. Maybe 800mg max, but that was about a year ago. I usually cap it around 400mg in the last year just so im not a zombie without it.
2 months ago I started feeling 'off'. Hard time focusing mentally and visually (small letters), tinnitus pretty bad, and just felt nausea like the flu or something. After a few weeks of it (bc of daily coffee drinking) I suspected it was blood pressure, and it was. Hit about 150/95, the lowest getting to about 135/90. I tried coffee again after not having it in a while and that lead to issues, which lasts several hours. It's 90-100% gone when I don't have caffeine, more often towards 100% gone, but not always.
I've been without caffeine for a month now and nothing works, was at 148 last i checked. I'm a pretty calm guy, so I doubt it's white coat hypertension.
The biggest concern is that I start getting these symptoms with just 4oz of coffee.
Just got this from my blood test a few days ago...
Anyone got any ideas?