Low Blood Pressure, Heavy Head, Stiff Neck And Shortness Of Breath?
, 4 weeks ago my blood pressure was low at 84/53 u003cbr / u003 one week later it started to improve at 90/65 u003cbr / u003but my head was still heavy and my neck muscles were stiff. U003cbr / u003e10 days ago, my throat not good, but it’s good, and starting from last week I like shortness of breath (I have hereditary asthma). I take the medicine that I usually take if I suffer from asthma, I have already drank 2 times but sometimes my chest still feels a little tight … air conditioned)
Thank you for the question.
Optimal blood pressure ranges from 90/60 to 120/80 mmHg. When blood pressure drops (hypotension), then you can indeed feel uncomfortable, including a head that feels heavy and stiff in the neck like you experienced before.
As for the discomfort in the throat, tightness, and heaviness in the head that you are experiencing right now, besides due to the influence of the hypotension, it can also occur due to other factors, for example gastric acid reflux, anemia, viral or bacterial infections, asthma, drug effects, disorders psychological, bronchitis, heart problems, hypoglycemia, dry throat, allergies, metabolic disorders, and so on. This condition can be related to a history of asthma that you have experienced before, or not.
To improve, our advice, you do it first:
Expand to break Compress warm neck, chest, and head that is not comfortable Eating more regularly, small portions but often Reduce first foods and drinks that contain gas, for example coconut milk, fried foods, mustard greens, cabbage, sauce, chili sauce, coffee, tea, soda, chocolate , milk Drink plenty of warm water Don't go to sleep immediately after eating Don't think too much Drink first Paracetamol so that your sore throat and weight on your head improve If the complaint actually worsens, or if there is a high fever for more than 3 days, vomiting, weakness, cold sweat , palpitations, and other severe complaints, do not hesitate to consult yourself directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine to be treated further according to the cause huh ..
I hope this helps.