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what are the symptoms of low blood pressure?

A: low blood pressure is a very common medical condition that is known to affect a number of adults. blood pressure is the force that s exerted by the circulating blood on the walls of the blood vessels and is medically considered to be one of the principal vital signs of life which also include the rate of breathing, temperature and heart beat. the pressure is largely...


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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 pressure,...
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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...


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what are the consequences of low blood pressure?

A: All of the above and also dizziness especially when standing from a sitting position. the medulla oblongata is where the nerve impulse to dilate or constrict blood vessels originate. If it is under active, the blood vessels will stay dilated, causing low blood pressure. Elecampane will stimulate the medulla and Ephedra will too if you can get it where you are. less blood will be pumped to your organs, especially in your brain -- therefore, you will experience...


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what are the symptoms of high blood pressure?

A: the only symptoms you need take any notice of are sudden, perceptible, and recognizable CHANGES. I don''t mean minute to minute, hour to hour or even day-to day changes. I mean definite, real rises that stay with you and indicate to you that something has changed. then, you can start to worry and go see the doctor. But take no notice of all the tosh written here about ''this'' or ''that'' being too high, or too low, or "hypertensive" .... It''s all rubbish. So are all the "headaches" and...


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what are the symptoms of High blood pressure?

A: symptoms of high blood pressure: Although a few people with early-stage high blood pressure may have dull headaches, dizzy spells or a few more nosebleeds than normal, these signs and symptoms typically don''t occur until high blood pressure has reached a severe — even life-threatening — stage. •Dizziness •Fatigue •low exercise tolerance •Nausea •Loss of consciousness •Episodes of confusion •Tightness, pressure, or pain in the chest or arms the...


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what are the symptoms of taking blood pressure medicine when you do not have hypertension?

A: Martin,   Thanks for your question.    Basically the symptoms would be those of low blood pressure.  This would include lightheadedness and/or dizziness, especially when changing position from lying to sitting or sitting to standing.  there could be some vision changes, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and sleepiness.  Try to keep well hydrated and rest until the medication wears off.  Should you lose consciousness, then a trip to the emergency room is needed for treatment.  ...


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what are the sysptoms of low blood pressure

A: difficulty in breathing and unconsciouness!! When blood pressure is too low, the first organ to malfunction is usually the brain. the brain malfunctions first because it is located at the top of the body and blood has to fight gravity to reach the brain. Consequently, most people with low blood pressure feel dizzy or light-headed when they stand, and some may even faint. People who faint fall to the floor, usually bringing

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what are the symptoms of low ejection fraction and possible treatments?

A: the ejection fraction is how much blood the left ventricle of the heart pumps out with each beat (or contraction). An ejection fraction of 65 means that 65% of the blood in the ventricle is pushed out each time it contracts. A normal ejection fraction may be between 55 and 70. low ejection fraction is one of the measurements that is looked at when diagnosing heart failure. Heart failure is when the heart is no longer able to pump

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what are the symptoms of low potassium levels in the body?

A: Normal serum potassium levels are between 3.5 to 5.0 mEq/L. Hypokalemia refers to the condition in which the concentration of potassium (K+) in the blood is low. Mild hypokalemia is often without symptoms, although it may cause a small elevation of blood pressure, and can occasionally cause cardiac arrhythmias. Digitek or Lanoxin (digoxin) and Tenormin (atenolol) are both fine choices in an effort to keep the sinus rhythm within normal limits. Moderate hypokalemia, with...


 
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