How To Deal With Low Blood Pressure?
I want to ask, my blood pressure is low around 80/60, and I find it very difficult to sleep because my head feels beating fast, and like there is fluid in my throat and it makes me wake up from my sleep making it very difficult to sleep, is there a solution?
Hello Winanto, thank you for asking to HealthReplies.com.
Let me know that DrRio will answer your question.
Low blood pressure or known as hypotension, is a condition where the blood pressure is below normal which is below 90/60. This hypotension can be caused by various things, such as bleeding, dehydration, pregnancy, infection, hormonal disorders, nutritional deficiencies, effects of drug consumption, etc. This hypotension can cause complaints of dizziness, nausea and vomiting, weakness, blurred vision, reduced concentration, body feels unstable, etc.
Based on your complaint, it is still not specific enough to lead to a diagnosis of disease. There are several diseases that have complaints like yours, namely:
Hypotension Tension headache GERD cluster headache, etc. You should consult a doctor to do an interview about the complaints you feel and do a physical examination on you. This needs to be done to find the cause of complaints that occur, and determine treatment in accordance with the diagnosis of the disease. Right now what you should do is:
Enough rest. Maintain a regular, nutritious diet. After eating do not lie down. Eat a little but often. Increase the consumption of water. Regular exercise. Consult a doctor if complaints continue. That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)