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What do you know about low blood pressure
A blood pressure reading that lasts below 90/60 mm Hg means you have low blood pressure. If the symptoms or causes are confirmed, the risk factors can be avoided and the correct treatment can be performed.
Blood pressure is a measure of the force exerted by blood on the vessel wall, the arterial wall. There are two numbers of blood pressure readings: the first and higher of the two are systolic blood pressure; the other is diastolic blood pressure. Normal blood pressure can be defined as <120/80 mm Hg.
It is said that when his blood pressure is <90/60 mm Hg, there is a hypotension. The optimal blood pressure of 110/70 mm Hg is a hallmark of good cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) health. Like well-trained athletes, healthy people usually have lower blood pressure and lower pulse rates than unfit one. However, hypotension may be a sign of a potential problem, especially in the elderly, and leads to insufficient blood supply to the heart, brain or other vital organs.
In most cases, chronic hypotension without symptoms is not serious. However, because the brain is deprived of enough blood supply, a sudden drop may cause health problems. Dizziness or dizziness causes a drop in 20 mm Hg.
It is worth noting that many Indian women suffer from hypotension and low hemoglobin. However, there are no large studies in the subcontinent to study this association. Older people also see hypotension, sometimes due to medication.
Dizziness, dizziness or fainting are the main symptoms of the disease.
Caused by communication errors between the brain and the heart. As mentioned above, our blood pressure will drop when we stand. In people with nerve-mediated hypotension, the nerves in the heart erroneously send high blood pressure signals to the brain. Then the brain lowers the heart rate, causing the blood pressure to drop