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What are the signs and symptoms of low blood pressure?

Low blood pressure may or may not cause symptoms. Many symptoms get worse when the person stands. The patient with chronic low blood pressure may complain of lethargy, weakness, fatigue, and dizziness. The patient may faint, especially if arterial pressure is lowered further when he assumes an erect position. These symptoms are presumably due to a decrease in perfusion of blood to brain, heart, skeletal muscle and other organs.

More information on low blood pressure (hypotension)

What is low blood pressure (hypotension)? - Low blood pressure or hypotension refers to the fall in blood pressure below normal.
What causes low blood pressure? - Low blood pressure can result from conditions that do not begin in the nervous system, conditions of the nervous system, and drugs.
What are the signs and symptoms of low blood pressure? - Low blood pressure may or may not cause symptoms. Many symptoms get worse when the person stands.
What are the treatments for low blood pressure? - Low blood pressure may or may not require treatment. The treatment of low blood pressure is directed toward the underlying cause.
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