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Causes of Low Blood Pressure ???
how to get it back up on a healthy rate and what can cause this??
i hate to tell anyone to go see a doctor as they will offer meds in the end. did a doctor tell you your pressure is low? are you in excellent physical health? we have equipment to test for that, no matter what, everyone need their arteries cleared. if you have less blood flow going through your veins it will be low-have you always had this?
Blood pressure is determined by two factors: 1) The amount of blood pumped by the left ventricle of the heart into the arteries, and 2) the resistance to the flow of blood caused by the walls of the arterioles (smaller arteries).
Generally, blood pressure tends to be higher if more blood is pumped into the arteries or if the arterioles are narrow and/or stiff. (Narrow and/or stiff arterioles, by resisting the flow of blood, increase blood pressure.) Arterioles may become narrower when the muscles surrounding them contract. Arterioles may become stiff and narrow when older patients develop atherosclerosis.
Blood pressure tends to be lower if less blood is being pumped into the arteries or if the arterioles are larger and more flexible and, therefore, have less resistance to the flow of blood.
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Conditions that reduce the volume of blood, reduce cardiac output (the amount of blood pumped by the heart), and medications are frequent reasons for low blood pressure. Dehydration is common among patients with prolonged nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea, Moderate or severe bleeding can quickly deplete an individual's body of blood, leading to low blood pressure or orthostatic hypotension, Severe inflammation of organs inside the body such as acute pancreatitis can cause low blood pressure.
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