Blood Pressure Is Too Low, Can It Still Be Alive?
If our blood is 60, can we still live?
Thank you for the question.
Need to be clarified, what blood do you mean?
Normally, adults have a blood volume of around 70 mL per kilogram of body weight. Whereas in children and infants, this blood volume can be greater, reaching 80-100 mL per kilogram of body weight. However, if you mean blood pressure, then the normal blood pressure of healthy adults is around 90/60 to 120/80 mmHg. If the number 60 that you submit is diastolic blood pressure, then this could have been natural. But if the number 60 refers to systolic blood pressure, it means you have low blood pressure, or hypotension.
Hypotension can occur due to various reasons, such as hormonal disorders, heart problems, dehydration, bleeding, severe infections, severe allergies, lack of nutrition, side effects of drugs, nerve disorders, and so on. This condition is not always deadly. In mild cases, patients may only experience ousing, the body seemed to float, blurred vision, nausea, weakness, difficulty concentrating, constantly drowsy, and even slightly disturbed activities. However, if this condition continues to deteriorate and is not handled properly, there can be a shock (shock) that is characterized by mental confusion, cold and pale hands and feet, fast and weak heart rates, rapid and deep breathing, and this condition can lead to turn off.
That's all our explanation. For more details, you consult directly with your doctor or internist.
I hope this helps.