Is Low Blood Pressure related with dizzyness and slight headache?
October 17, 2007 3:21pm CST
Hello people.. I have been feeling very dizzy and sometimes I couldn't really stand up my head ..if I were standing upwards I was feeling extremely dizzy and would feel almost falling up to.. I went to the hospital but doctors couldn't analyze in me any kind of Low Blood Pressure. What other things or factors could trigger this kind of head ache and dizzynes? and could you please explain about low blood pressure symptoms? may be I have that but doctors could not detect.. anyway I am not all right. I feel like tired.. don't have mood.. want to lie down. want to sleep.. what could be?
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17 Oct 07
I have very low blood pressure. A doctor will tell you that it is a good thing to have. Basically it means that your heart doesn't have to work as hard to pump blood around your body. Low blood pressure can cause dizziness, especially if you stand up to fast. It feels like you are going to collapse or pass out. Just remember to get up slowly and you'll be find. Or hold on to something and wait before you start walking away.
17 Oct 07
There is definately something going on with your body. You need to keep going to the doctor or hospital until they find out what it is. It could be low blood sugar, low blood pressure, or high blood pressure. It could be cronique fatugue or many many things . Don't give up just because they didn't find out what is wrong with you right away. keep going and be persistant until they find out what is wrong with you. They may have to run many tests until they find it but eventually they will if you keep going and be persistant that there is something wrong. Good luck and all the best to you. Take care
22 May 10
You are the same as me, I always dizzy and sometimes headache. But i know that my water pill is triggering my dizziness ,when I walk in the street to pick up my kids to school I can't walk straight kinda zigzag once in awhile. i don't know if other people can notice me walking in zigzag or I just feel that I'm not walking straight. I do a have maintenance medication which makes my blood pressure goes down to 112/79 or76 which makes me feel dizzy and very weak at all. As of now I'm unemploy and can't work because of my dizziness but I keep looking for work. Do you take medications at all like water pill that maybe the culprit.
• South Africa
6 May 08
are you working too hard and havent got enough sleep? or you are on a diet that is low in protein? LBP (low blood pressure) has the symptons almost like yours, from dizziness to swirlling feeling in the head, especially when you change body positions to sit, stand or sleep. Other symptons like nausea or lack of appetite. the only thing i can suggest you is to exclude that you do suffer from LBP, in the next month, try to get regular sleep and in terms of foods, have them a bit (just A BIT) saltier than the normal foods you are having, a lack of sodium in the diet may also change the electro-equilibrium in your body fruilds. And if you are feeling better then you know what triggers your symptons
7 Dec 07
Dizziness is a painless head discomfort with many possible causes including disturbances of vision, the brain, balance (vestibular) system of the inner ear, and gastrointestinal system. Dizziness is a medically indistinct term which laypersons use to describe a variety of conditions such as lightheadedness, unsteadiness, and vertigo. Causes of Dizziness low blood pressure Anemia Brain Tumor Deafness, Hearing Loss Fainting Meniere Disease Migraine Headache Motion Sickness Otitis Media Stroke
• South Africa
7 Nov 07
Hi. I have had all the symtoms that you discribe. My docter diagnosed low blood pressure. She also told me that heat is a big factor in my blood pressure and that i should eat some salt if i am feeling like this. Something that also helps to up your blood pressure is to take a brisk walk. I have been suffering from low blood pressure for about 10 years now. Something else that also works that my dokter gave me is Effortil capsules. One a day.