What is Low Blood Pressure?

Low blood pressure can cause many problem. Learn about causes, symptoms and treatment for low blood pressure. Know about some tips and remedies to control and manage blood pressure

A sudden drop in blood pressure, this condition is called hypotension. Hypotension is usually defined as a systolic of 90 mmHg and a diastolic of 60 mmHg. The Normal range of blood pressure is around 120/80 mmHg.

When blood pressure becomes too low, it can cause a variety of problems. The lower or higher the blood pressure, the more the problems get worse. A sudden drop in blood pressure can cause symptoms such as dizziness, tiredness, and feeling weak.

Sudden Low Blood Pressure Symptoms

When blood pressure drops suddenly, the blood flow to the body decreases. The lack of blood flow to the brain can trigger its symptoms. Symptoms of low blood pressure include-

  • Dizzy
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue and weakness
  • Blurred vision
  • Fainting
  • Shortness of breath
  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Indigestion and vomiting

Sudden Low Blood Pressure Causes

  1. Hypovolemia

The most common cause of hypovolemia is low blood pressure or hypotension. This problem occurs when the body does not get enough fluids. The body gets dehydrated. In this condition, symptoms like anemia, dehydration, bleeding, heat stroke can be seen. This condition is the main reason for the sudden drop in blood pressure.

  1. Lack of blood in the body

Sometimes an injury or wound causes excessive bleeding from the body. Due to excessive bleeding, there is a lack of blood in the body.

  1. Due to the rise in temperature

Sometimes heat and sunlight can also be a reason for the sudden drop in blood pressure. Due to this, the body dehydrates, which causes low BP. Blood pressure can drop even as the temperature rises.

Heart muscle disease, heart failure, fever, vomiting, and diarrhea can also be the reason for falling blood pressure. Low blood pressure can also be a side effect of medicines and alcohol.

Low Blood Pressure Prevention Tips

To avoid high blood pressure, you need to take full care of yourself. For this, take full care of your lifestyle and diet.

  • To avoid low blood pressure, drink enough water, keep yourself hydrated.
  • Consume coconut water, juice, and lemonade.
  • Consume more fruits and vegetables.
  • Take full 7-8 hours of sleep, stay stress free.
  • Avoid stepping out of the house in high temperature and sunlight.
  • If your blood pressure drops suddenly, then this condition can be serious. But in some cases it turns out fine. But when symptoms of low blood pressure are seen, consult a doctor immediately.
  • Excessive use of earphones or headphones can cause these 5 problems in your ears, take these precautions
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