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Why do you get blackouts sometimes when you have low blood pressure ?
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Dr. Thomas Namey
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
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In brief: Blood flow to brain!
If your blood pressure is too low, you can experience "blackouts, " usually short lived, because of diminished blood flow to the brain, causing hypoxia.

In brief: Blood flow to brain!
If your blood pressure is too low, you can experience "blackouts, " usually short lived, because of diminished blood flow to the brain, causing hypoxia.
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