Low Blood Pressure

Low blood pressure, or hypotension, is not necessarily a serious condition. Chronic low blood pressure, as long as it is stable, is considered normal for certain people. However, if any of the following symptoms are accompanied by low blood pressure, there are more serious underlying causes that may be the reason for the symptoms.

10. Dizziness or Lightheadedness

Dizziness

Dizziness or lightheadedness is closely associated with low blood pressure and can be a sign of other underlying issues, which can include serious illnesses. Dizziness is the most common symptom of low blood pressure and is often linked to position changes, like standing up quickly after getting out of bed in the morning, and it can also be severe enough to cause fainting.

9. Lack of Concentration

Lack Of Concentration

There are many explanations for forgetfulness and a lack of concentration, like stress, busy schedules, and a lack of sleep. However, if you have chronic low blood pressure as well as difficulty concentrating, it may be because blood is not being moved to the brain at a rapid rate, which ultimately causes the cells to be without nourishment.