Sunday, May 6, 2012

Low Blood Pressure Symptoms

Symptoms of low blood pressure often develop when the blood pressure drops to a low enough value. Clinically, the most commonly associated with the onset of symptoms is 90/60, although this varies from person to person. Situations where blood pressure drops quickly, rather than there is chronic at a low-level, does not require blood pressure dropped to 90/60 before symptoms develop. Instead, changes of just 20mmHg in normal blood pressure has been shown to cause low blood pressure symptoms.

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