Low Blood Pressure May Cause Fainting, Lightheadedness, And Dizziness
It Lowers The Oxygen Supply To The Brain
Low blood pressure is not as dangerous as high blood pressure, but it must be treated. This occurs when the blood pressure is lower than normal, 90/60 mmHg or less. Among the symptoms are lightheadedness and dizziness, especially when standing up, which is also called postural hypotension, and also fainting, because low pressure might lead to a deficient supply of oxygen to the brain. Other symptoms are feeling sick, having a blurred vision, and confusion. Additional information click here.