- Low blood pressure can make you fatigued
- Drinking water can help you normalise your blood pressure
- Healthy changes in diet can help you beat low blood pressure
Low blood pressure is also called hypotension. Many experience low blood pressure but are not aware of it. It usually happens due to low blood flow to different organs. Low blood pressure can sometimes be a sign of an underlying health condition. Everyone experience low blood pressure at some point or the other. When blood pressure is low, your organs do not receive enough blood which can even cause strokes, heart attacks or kidney failure if left uncontrolled. There are several signs and symptoms your body may experience. Here are some symptoms of low blood pressure you should not ignore.
Signs and symptoms of low blood pressure
The signs and symptoms of low blood pressure are quite common which can be mistaken easily. Some of the common signs that one may experience may include-
- Blurred vision
- A feeling of lightheadedness
- Chest pain
- Pale skin
- Cold skin
You should not ignore the symptoms of hypotension. It can be controlled very easily with some modifications in diet and lifestyle. But if you experience low blood pressure numbers very frequently you should seek medical help. Here are some ways to control your blood pressure numbers naturally.
Ways to fight low blood pressure
1. Drink plenty of water
Hydration is extremely important to maintain healthy blood pressure numbers. You should make sure that you consume enough water throughout the day. It is one of the simplest ways to improve low blood pressure numbers.
It is advised to reduce salt intake when your blood pressure numbers are high. You have to do the exact opposite when your blood pressure numbers are low. Consume foods that are high in sodium.
Coffee drinkers, you can enjoy your coffee if your blood pressure numbers are low. You can consume a small amount of coffee to fight low blood pressure. But too much caffeine can be harmful, instead, you can simply add some salt and lemon to a tall glass of water and drink it.
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