LOW BLOOD PRESSURE: WHAT IS GOOD AND WHEN IS SEVERE - BLOOD DISORDERS

What to do when the pressure is low



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Low pressure is usually not a problem, especially when the person has always had low blood pressure. However, if the pressure drops too quickly it can cause symptoms such as weakness, tiredness and dizziness or even fainting. Thus, in a person who has normal or high pressure but who has suffered a low pressure crisis should be: Wash hands before eating , preferably in a cool and well-ventilated place; Loosen clothing , especially around the neck; Raise your legs above the level of the heart