Can Acne Grow From Low Blood Pressure?
, my face pimples out continuously for about 2 years, is there any connection with low blood pressure? Thanks.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. In short, acne has nothing to do with blood pressure. Blood pressure can be high, low or normal without affecting the number of pimples that appear on a person's face. As for your case, the pimples that you experience do not go away, this can happen due to various things. Among others are:
Genetic or hereditary influence
Effects of hormone imbalance
A face that tends to be oily
Drug side effects
And other possibilities also depend on the results of the examination. Our advice, you should check with your dermatologist, because if it has happened repeatedly, you may need special therapy for your problem. By seeing a doctor, you can find out what might be a trigger, and what treatment is more appropriate for your skin type.
Meanwhile, avoid cigarette smoke, dust and pollution, clean your face regularly using sulfur-based soap, avoid greasy and fatty foods and fast food, avoid exposure to sunlight, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.