Can Hypotension Sufferers Not Consume Spicy And Oily Foods?
I want to ask, can low blood not eat spicy and oily food ?, Then if we eat it, will it have any effect? Thanks.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. No food is challenged for people with low blood pressure / hypotension. For people with hypotension, what needs to be understood first is whether they really have low blood pressure, and if so what is the trigger.
This is because many people have an understanding that the condition of blood pressure 100/70, 90/60, or even 110/60 is low blood pressure, which is not the case. The definition of normal blood pressure is when the systolic blood pressure (top value, or before the hypotenuse "/") is in the range 90-120, and when the diastolic blood pressure (lower value, or after the hypotension "/") is in the range of 60- 80 So the numbers we mentioned above are still normal, because they are still in the range. And the 120/80 number is actually the upper limit of normal blood pressure levels. On top of that, maybe you are in the stage of prehypertension, or have hypertension. These figures only need special attention, if found on someone who has high blood pressure tends to be high.
Furthermore, if you really have low blood pressure, it is important to know the trigger, whether it is due to lack of fluids, or because of lack of red blood cells, lack of nutrition, being pregnant, or others. Because if the cause is due to lack of fluids, the treatment is giving fluids. Meanwhile, if the cause is lack of nutrition, treatment is given in accordance with nutritional needs.
Therefore, once again, if you feel you have low blood pressure, check yourself at the nearest general practitioner to confirm the diagnosis and determine the cause, so that you can be treated appropriately based on the source of the problem. There is nothing to be challenged, instead you are encouraged to eat anything especially high protein such as beef, chicken breast and seafood to restore energy to your body. Increase your consumption of water, avoid staying up late and smoke cigarettes, and manage stress well. So, hopefully answering your question.