Is It Normal When Blood Pressure Is Always Low?
Hi, this week my blood pressure is always low and even once touched the number at 84/55. Already many checks with digital and manual tensioning are the same. The biggest is 90/60. My head continued until nausea vomited. I consume Sangobion twice a day, enough water, nutritious food and exercise 30 minutes per day. But why is it still low and dizzy huh? Is that normal? How is the solution spy my blood pressure is normal?
Thank you for the question.
Dizziness, nausea, and vomiting indeed one of them can occur related to hypotension (low blood pressure). This condition can occur due to hormonal disorders (for example during pregnancy, parathyroid gland abnormalities, adrenal insufficiency, diabetes), dehydration, bleeding, allergies or severe infections, heart problems, malnutrition, or side effects of certain drugs. However, periodic checks are needed to ascertain whether your complaint arises due to hypotension or other factors.
In addition to hypotension, your complaints can also be caused by anemia, vertigo, lack of sleep or too long, stress, somatoform disorders, hypoglycemia, dehydration, certain infections, and so on. If the exact cause is not yet known, certainly the definitive treatment cannot be determined yet.
We recommend that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or a specialist in internal medicine. Through physical examination, blood tests, heart records, x-rays, or other supporting tests, often the doctor is able to give you the right treatment, is it enough with medication, or may also need other treatment. At home, balance the doctor's handling with regular exercise, go to bed early, don't stay up late, don't consume excessive caffeine, stay away from alcohol, eat more nutritious foods (especially those containing vitamin B12 and folic acid), and don't just take medication or supplements without doctor's advice. Do not forget, in order to prevent nausea and vomiting, eat a little but often, but avoid eating excessive spicy, fatty, oily, and acidic food first.
Hope this helps ...