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hypotension (low blood pressure) Inheritance

A: your genetic make up is what makes you who you are. Your offspring will inherit some of your genetic structure as well as some of their biological father''s. the strands of DNA that make up you/him include information since the beginning of all the humans who made you/him possible. There is no way that anyone can state with certainty what will happen to the human beings you/he create. Because you both carry a gene that gives you/him low blood pressure (which could be for totally unrelated reasons), does not ensure that your children will acquire that gene as a predominant factor in their lives, but it may stay in their genetic structue to be passed to their offspring. If you both feel that your genetic lines are too...


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Cause for low blood pressure?

A: low blood pressure is also medically known as hypotension and is the opposite of hypertension. low blood pressure or hypotension is characterized by a decrease in the flow of blood. This decrease in the flow of blood leads to a lack of oxygen and nutrient supply in various parts of the body. The pressure at which blood flows differs from person to person; however, a person whose blood f
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What is low blood pressure? What are its symptoms, complications and treatments?

A: hypotensionlow blood pressure FAQs If you doctor has just told you that you have “hypotension”, or low blood pressure, you may be concerned. Certainly for many people, low blood pressure is a mark of health—being physically fit and within normal weight range. However, for others, this can be a sign that there are underlying health issues. If you are concerned about low blood pressure, here are frequently asked questions...
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What are the Risks of low blood pressure?

A: For the most part, low blood pressure, or hypotension, is considered to be a sign of good health. This is because higher blood pressure places more pressure is on the heart and the circulatory system. For this reason, individuals with low blood pressure are usually at a lower risk of kidney disease, stroke, and heart disease. In some cases, however, low blood pressure may not be healthy and, like high blood
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Should buspirone eliminate anxiety and can it cause low blood pressure?

A:  Buspirone is an anxiolytic or anti-anxiety medicine that affects chemicals in your brain that may become unbalanced and cause anxiety. It is used to treat symptoms of anxiety, such as fear, tension, irritability, dizziness, pounding heartbeat, and other physical symptoms. Anti-anxiety drugs, including buspirone, are not a cure for anxiety disorder. However, they can help keep the symptoms under control. Common side effects of buspirone include drowsiness, dizziness, blurred vision, restlessness, nausea, upset stomach, insomnia, and trouble concentrating. This is not a complete list of side effects that can occur with buspirone. According to the prescribing information for buspirone, hypotension (low blood

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What are the causes of low blood pressure?

A: there are several factors that can cause low blood pressure and these are: Dehydration, Moderate - severe bleeding. Severe inflammation of internal organs. Weakened heart muscle. Inflamed Pericardium (muscle surrounding the heart) Pulmonary Embolism (blood clot) Slow heart rate (Bradycardia) Some medications. u can get all the information under this site go and get http://heartinfo.50webs.com hypotension (bp < 90/60) may accompany old age. But low bp >90/60 is not uncommon among very fit athletes, and is a sign of good cardiovascular health. Some people seem to be blessed by low bp and...


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What is blood pressure; what is high blood pressure and low blood pressure; what is the effect of both?

A: I always used to have trouble with understanding this stuff too, but this article really breaks it down into layman''s terms: http://www.marketingwithcare.com/news/show2.php?uid=7&nid=9 Oops...I forgot about the high/low blood pressure, my bad. Ok, if you read the article it explained how blood pressure is written like a fraction. Well normal blood pressure is: less than 120/less than 80 (BTW women are susposed to have lower blood pressure than men; I think that normal for women is like 112/70 or something like that). High

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Symptoms of low blood pressure

A: low blood pressure also referred to as hypotension is the pressure of blood that falls to extreme low levels in an individual, so much so, that it causes various abnormalities through the arteries and the veins. Lack of blood flow to the organs can affect the absorption of vital nutrients to the brain, the heart and kidney. low blood pressure is dangerous as it can cause permanent damage to the vital organs of the body, if not treated on time. Most people who suffer from

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What is the treatment & medicine name for low blood pressure?

A: 1.- SELF-CARE FOR low blood pressure Depending on the reason for your low blood pressure, you may be able to take certain steps to help reduce or even prevent symptoms. Some suggestions include: a.- Drink more water, less alcohol. - Alcohol is dehydrating and can lower blood pressure, even if you drink in moderation. - Water, on the other hand, combats dehydration and increases blood volume. b.- Follow a healthy diet. - Get all the nutrients you need for good health by focusing on a variety of foods, including whole...


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What can I do to improve low blood pressure?

A: blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of the arteries as the heart pumps out blood. If it is lower than normal then it is called low blood pressure or hypotension. pressure below 90/60mmHg is considered low. low blood pressure causes can be due to hormonal changes, widening of blood vessels, medicine side effects, anemia, heart and endocrine problems. Reduced

 
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