Low blood pressure, occasionally referred to as hypotension, is a condition where the arterial blood pressure is extraordinarily low. Blood pressure is a measure of the force that your heart uses to pump blood around your body. When your heart beats, it pushes the blood around your body with blood vessels called capillaries and arteries. Low blood pressure can in some cases indicate there's not adequate blood moving to your brain and other important organs. If you have constant symptoms of low blood pressure, you should see your GP. If your systolic blood pressure is 120mmHg and your diastolic blood pressure is 80mmHg, your blood pressure is 120 over 80, which is commonly written as 120/80. People with a blood pressure analysis under 90/60 are usually considered having low high blood pressure. A high blood pressure checking out lower than 90 millimeters of mercury for the top number or 60 mm Hg for the lower number is normally considered low high blood pressure. The reasons for low high blood pressure can range from dehydration to major medical disorders. If you have continually low blood pressure analyses but feel great, your medical professional will likely just monitor you throughout routine exams. Still, it's vital to see your doctor if you have signs or symptoms of low blood pressure since they can direct to more-serious issues.
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