Should We pay Attention to Hypotension?

Absolutely, we must pay attention to low blood pressure. In healthy people, low blood pressure without any symptoms is not usually a concern and does not need to be treated. But low blood pressure can be a sign of an underlying problem — especially in the elderly — where it may cause inadequate blood flow to the heart, brain, and other vital organs.

BP lower than 90/60mmHg is hypotension.

 

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