The human body has a network of small and large arteries of blood from the brain to the toes in which the blood circulates at a certain speed all the time.
If the blood flow continues as usual and all the organs of the body get oxygen along with the blood then the person stays healthy but if the blood flow increases or decreases then the person can get the disease of blood pressure.

There are two types of blood pressure.

(1) High blood pressure
(2) Low blood pressure.
Now let’s talk about lowering blood pressure and its symptoms. Under normal circumstances, a person’s blood pressure fluctuates according to his activities.
If the decrease in blood pressure is temporary then there is no problem in it, however if the decrease in blood pressure is on a permanent basis then it is important to know the reasons. The reasons may be something like this:
• Loss of blood for any reason
• Impairment of heart functions
• Lack of nutrition in the body
• Endocrine system disorders
• Diabetes, adrenal or thyroid disorders
• Severe trauma
• Use of certain medications
• Fatigue
• Dizziness
• Nausea
• Loosening of the skin
• Depression
• Unconsciousness
• Blurred vision

There are different types of low blood pressure

Orthostatic
This is the type of thing that happens when you suddenly sit down and stand up. It can affect people of all ages. When the body changes its position, such as sitting or standing or lying down, in all these cases there is a sudden decrease in blood circulation.

Postprandial

This type occurs immediately after eating. It is more common in older people with Parkinson’s disease. This type of low blood pressure is seen in such people

Severe low blood pressure

This usually happens when the blood supply to different parts of the body is affected in the event of an injury or loss of blood.
Food poisoning is also a common cause of low BP. Motion causes dehydration and dehydration in the body. It also lowers blood pressure significantly. Excessive use of water and salts helps to normalize low blood pressure.

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