Causes And Treats Frequent Feeling Dizzy And Nauseous?
… My blood pressure is 110/60… Is it normal or low? The last few days I’ve been feeling dizzy and nauseous… Is it because of my blood pressure? Yesterday I was given the drug “etabion” at the pharmacy… What kind of medicine is that? And is it safe for me to consume?rnrnFor your attention I thank you…
There are many things that affect the condition of a person's blood pressure. Blood pressure is said to be normal if it is below 120/80 mmHg but above 90/60 mmHg. Blood pressure that is too low can indeed cause discomfort in the head. However, it should be noted that to determine that a person has low blood pressure, repeated measurements are needed under conducive conditions. It is also important to know that dizziness and nausea can be caused by many things, such as:
infection by bacteria or viruses, lack of glucose intake, hormonal disorders, including pregnancy, electrolyte disturbances, brain tumors, physical exhaustion, lack of red blood cells, psychological factors. There are many conditions that can cause dizziness and nausea, and low blood pressure is one of them. However, it is too early to name low blood pressure as a cause of dizziness and nausea without a complete examination. Therefore, we recommend that, if the condition does not improve, it is better for you to see a doctor. Here we attach an article about headaches. May be useful.
dr. N. K. Arief