How To Normalize Low Blood Without Triggering An Increase In LDL And Gout?

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good night, i want to ask How to increase blood pressure (normalize from a state of hypotension) without triggering an increase in bad cholesterol / LDL and gout? thank you

1 Answer:

Good evening, Nita Thamara, thank you for asking

Hypotension is a state of blood pressure in the arteries lower than normal, also called low blood pressure. Limited amount of blood flowing to the brain and other vital organs can occur if blood pressure is too low, so that it can cause symptoms of dizziness, palpitations, blurred vision, rapid breathing, nausea, feeling shaky to the point of loss of consciousness (but not all hypotension causes symptoms). Normal blood pressure ranges between 90/60 and 120/80 mmHg. Hypotension means that blood pressure is below 90/60 mmHg.

Hypotension can be caused by several conditions:

Orthostatic hypotension. Symptoms of orthostatic hypotension usually occur when you change positions suddenly. A person with orthostatic hypotension has decreased systolic blood pressure by 15-30 mm Hg when standing from a sitting or lying position. Neurally mediated hypotension. This condition usually occurs when a person is standing for too long, until the blood flow gather at the bottom of the body. Dehydration. Dehydration occurs due to the body's lack of fluids and can be caused by lack of drinking, fasting or diarrhea. Side effects of treatment. There are several drugs that can reduce blood pressure, such as antidepressants, anti-hypertensive drugs such as alpha-blockers and beta-blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors. Anemia. Anemia is a condition in which the content of hemoglobin in the blood is low. One symptom of anemia is low blood pressure. Pregnancy. Blood pressure in pregnant women is usually lower because of their rapidly developing circulatory system. Hormonal imbalance. Diseases such as diabetes or Addison's disease cause disruption of hormone production. This can have an impact on the body's water and mineral balance, and blood pressure. Nerve diseases. Nerve diseases such as Parkinson's disease can cause hypotension when infecting the nervous system that controls autonomic body functions such as controlling blood pressure. Severe bleeding. Loss of large amounts of blood in the body will reduce blood intake to tissues in the body, so that the body's blood pressure will decrease dramatically. This is a life-threatening condition that requires immediate medical treatment. Heart disease. Chronic diseases such as heart disease cause blood to not be pumped properly by the heart throughout the body. As a result, blood pressure decreases. Blood infection (Sepsis). Seps occur when infections that occur in the tissues begin to enter the bloodstream. As a result, blood pressure will decrease dramatically. This condition is life threatening and requires immediate medical treatment. Severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis). Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that is potentially life threatening. This condition can cause intense itching, shortness of breath, and decreased blood pressure. Increase blood pressure does not have to eat goat meat or offal as a myth that is believed by some people, instead eat as usual, regularly and enough portions, and drink enough water at least 2 liters per day, avoid diuretic drinks like tea and coffee. If you have no history of any previous disease, the possible causes of hypotension are orthostatic hypotension, neurally mediated hypotension (long standing so that blood collects in the lower part of the body, so blood returns to the heart and is pumped less), or lack of fluids / dehydration.

Therefore, you are advised to improve your lifestyle, such as:

Have enough to drink, at least 2 liters of water a day, and more if the weather is hotter or after exercising Avoid coffee, tea, cigarettes and alcohol Do regular exercise so that the movements of usu become more active. The recommended sports are aerobic (like cycling, running, swimming) with a frequency of 3-5 times / week @ 30-45 minutes. Inadequate sleep needs 7-8 hours / day Eating fiber at least 20-35gram / day Avoid stress So many of our suggestions and answers, hopefully useful, good night.

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