If your blood pressure levels are lower than 90 mm Hg systolic or 60 mm Hg diastolic, it means you are suffering from Low Blood Pressure. This can be a temporary or permanent problem based on the symptoms, which usually are blurry vision, sudden rush of blood, feeling dizzy, sweating profusely, unable to concentrate and things going dark in front of the eyes and feeling faint.
HOW IS LOW BLOOD PRESSURE DIAGNOSED?
Diagnosis is done by a general physician who would observe your symptoms and do a pressure test. If needed, some blood tests may be done to see the underlying cause of this.
HOW IS LOW BLOOD PRESSURE TREATED?
Treatment for Low Blood Pressure depends upon the cause of the disease and in most of the cases, medication treats Low Blood Pressure.
DID YOU KNOW?
Dehydration and excessive menstruation may also cause low blood pressure.