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Low Blood Pressure Ringing In Ears
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Hypotension is defined as "low blood pressure". Blood pressure is measured as two numbers and expressed as systolic blood pressure (sbp) / diastolic blood pressure (dbp). The sbp is the pressure that is generated when the heart squeezes. Dbp occurs when the heart relaxes. 120/70 is considered normal in adults. Less than 100/60 (of either number) can ...Read more
What to do if I have been dizzy, nauseous and have low blood pressure. My ear is also clogged. Is this serious?
Related: Your clogged ear is very likely the cause of your dizziness and nausea - the symptoms go together like peas and carrots. You likely have a cerumen impaction and serous otitis media. It can be more serious. Some viruses are damaging to the accoustic nerve and result in permanent hearing loss. Vertigo and nausea slowly subsides. You need an ENT exam as soon as you're able to arrange one. ...Read more
When doing a hard workout, I easily get lightheaded and have a slight buzzing in my ears. I have a family history with low blood pressure. Related?
Symptoms: It is possible, get your BP checked when you are in that state ...Read more
I keep getting pain in the back of my head. It feels like pressure. Do you know what it could be. I have low blood pressure and wpw?
Anything: Headaches can come from fatigue, sleeping too much or too little, sleep apnea, snoring, being dehydrated, having chronic sinusitis or allergies, too much caffeine or over the counter headache medication, high blood pressure or something more serious like a tumor. See your doctor and get checked. ...Read more
Can episodes if low blood pressure feel like a head rush and dizzy? Normally have low pressure, at times get head rush/dizzy. Scans of head are normal
Yes: I can't scan of the brain will not help assess the cause of low blood pressure. Yes, the symptoms you're having Canby symptoms due to low blood pressure. You need to find the cause of your blow blood pressure, it is not coming from your brain. Could be hormonal issues, could be due to peripheral nerve disease such as neuropathy. ...Read more
I hurt my head on Saturday and got alittle pain and now I think I have low blood pressure what should I do? Please help quickly.
Nothing: Rest and take enough fluids for 2 weeks. If dizzy or nausea or vomiting see md ...Read more
My head was spinning often, dizzy. Doctor said I am having low blood pressure. May I know what exactly make this happened?
Can low blood pressure cause you to feel dizzy with eyes closed when lying down and fine every time else, like bending head side or down.?
Probably not: If low blood pressure is source of sensation you are calling dizziness, it would usually worse when you are upright. There are certain types of vertigo and disequilibrium that are worse when you have your eyes closed. Consider an evaluation with your pcp about whether your blood pressure is low or other causes for these symptoms. ...Read more
I am just 20 years old and I have a problem of low blood pressure feeling pain in head, sholders and feeling sleepy all time? Is there any serious prob
Go see your doctor: I can't tell you whether it's serious or not because I don't have a diagnosis for you. You need to go see your family doc who can determine if there's a link btwn your symptoms or not. And if so, whether it's serious or not. Low blood pressure could be due to anemia which could make you tired. Cause of anemia may or may not be serious. Lots of other concerns especially regarding pain. Go see doc. ...Read more
Depends: Low blood pressure is only dangerous if it is impairing adequate oxygen delivery to meet the needs of vital organs of the body, or if it signifies an underlying process that is dangerous if it worsens (e.g. Diffuse bacterial infection, or toxin poisoning). The actual number, in and of itself, is not dangerous if all organs remain working fine. ...Read more
It's too low if you have symptoms
for example, there are people that walk around with blood pressure of 90/50 without any problems. There are others who are dizzy, wobbly and feel horrendous.
Some of these general guidelines go out the window dealing with really sick people, intensive care etc. Different set of rules in that case. ...Read more
Depends: Low blood pressure might be a good thing. People live longer. It's just a number. If you feel fine, it is unlikely a problem. Now if you are sick and it is low, the treatment depends on the cause. For instance, bleeding. Stop the bleeding and give blood transfusion. Dehydration. Give fluids by mouth or intravenously. Infection. Give antibiotics. Adrenal insufficiency, give hormone replacement. ...Read more
Depends: Low BP or "hypotension" (less than 120/80) is always bad if happened all of a sudden. It has got several reasons. Of those reasons the common bad ones are 1)severe dehydration, any cause of 2)bleeding, any where in our body, 3)infections, hormonal dysfunction, and 4) heart conditions with failure, or hear attacks, to name a few. For some it can be a normal finding too, as low as 80/60. ...Read more
Commonly dehydration: For the average person, the most common cause of low BP is from dehydration--not getting enough fluids/foods. For elderly this is even more common. Also, medications can also do this. Autonomic dysfunctions as in parkinson disease or advanced diabetes; heart failure, liver failure, rapid blood loss/bleeding etc...Are other major causes. If you have problem, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
High: High blood pressure is worse. Low blood pressure in its common form (not including pots) causes dizziness when standing from a lying or sitting position. While low blood pressure can be very annoying it rarely leads to the multiple issues that high blood pressure can. For instance chronic high blood pressure thickens your heart muscle and predisposes you to having a heart attack. ...Read more
It is relative: The most important factor to label somebody has low blood pressure is to know his baseline. If somebody is having blood pressure of say 80/50 mmhg for years and does not have any symptom at all. This should not be considered necessarily a bad idea. On the other hand if a person who had blood pressure of 140 /90 came to you with blood pressure of 80/60, it should be cause for conmen. ...Read more
Cause?: Depends on the cause of your low bp. Dehydration? Blood loss? Diabetes? Medications? Check with your doctor, but if you are symptomatic and all major problems are ruled out, then increasing salt intake or taking a steroid that increases salt and water retention, like fludricortisone (florinef) can help, just don't stop taking it abruptly! And take it under doctor supervision w/ a prescription! ...Read more
Blood pressure is a measurement of the force placed on the blood vessels and is comprised of the "systolic" pressure (the top number on a blood pressure meter) which is the peak pressure when the heart is pumping, and the "diastolic" pressure (the bottom number on a blood pressure meter) which is the pressure during the resting phase ...Read more
Abnormal blood pressure is a symptom in which a person's blood pressure is much higher or much lower than it should be for his age and body size. If either the systolic (upper number) pressure or the diastolic (lower number) pressure is not in the normal range, then the ...Read more
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