Blood spots in the eye are common among diabetes suffers and people with high blood pressure, but neither condition is responsible for the blood spots.
Facial flushing happens when blood blood vessels in the face dilate.
It can occur unpredictably, in response to triggers such as cold weather, spicy food, or skincare products, or it can be brought on by emotional stress.
All of these things can raise blood pressure temporarily, but high blood pressure does not cause facial flushing.
Dizziness is often a side effect of some blood pressure medications rather than high blood pressure itself.
But the only true way to find out if you have high blood pressure is to have your blood pressure checked.