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Low blood pressure upon standing and walking around? What is tern for that?

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Dr. Robert Vogt Lowell
Pediatrics - Cardiology
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In brief: Several apply

The most common is orthostatic hypotension, although the phenomenon can be known as vaso-vagal pre-syncope or as neuro-cardiogenic symptoms.
When standing upright, blood tends to pool abruptly in the legs decreasing the blood pressure in the brain and producing many uncomfortable sensations.

In brief: Several apply

The most common is orthostatic hypotension, although the phenomenon can be known as vaso-vagal pre-syncope or as neuro-cardiogenic symptoms.
When standing upright, blood tends to pool abruptly in the legs decreasing the blood pressure in the brain and producing many uncomfortable sensations.
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