Feeling Cold In The Morning In Hypotensive Sufferers?
Hello. Yesterday I checked, my blood pressure was 80. Given medicine., This morning why I felt cold. What is the effect of the drug given?
Hello Ifah, Thank you for your question.
Anemia is a condition when hemoglobin is below normal levels. Hemoglobin is a protein in red blood cells whose job is to bind oxygen. Anemia can cause the sufferer's body to lack oxygen and cause pale symptoms, fatigue, and several other symptoms. This condition can be identified by blood tests. The condition you are referring to in the question above may be low blood pressure (hypotension). This condition is not the same as amemia.
A person's blood pressure is expressed in two digits: the number on the left that indicates systolic pressure (the pressure when the heart contracts to pump blood) and the number on the right that represents the diastolic pressure (the pressure when the heart is at rest). Normal blood pressure is between 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Is this number 80 systolic or diastolic pressure? If this number is systolic pressure, then you experience hypotension, but if this is a diastolic number, this pressure is normal. Therefore, in the future you should know your blood pressure correctly, which is stated in two numbers so that the information delivered is more precise.
Hypotension is a condition of blood pressure that is below 90/60 mmHg. This condition can be caused by various health conditions which include dehydration, infection, heart disease, nutritional deficiencies, bleeding, severe allergic reactions, side effects of drugs, pregnancy, and hormonal disorders. Before determining the appropriate treatment, doctors must first know the cause of hypotension. Sorry, I cannot provide clearer information about whether a cold complaint is related to drug consumption due to limited information about what medication you are taking. Someone can feel cold because of the influence of environmental temperature. In addition, this complaint can also be caused by infection, anemia, hypothyroidism, and others.
If this complaint occurs for several days and is very disturbing to you, please consult your doctor for further examination. For the time being, please use warm clothing and avoid being in an air conditioned room. You can also consume warm drinks to help deal with this complaint.
Hopefully this information helps you.