Types of LOW BLOOD Disease or Hypotension (Hypertension) is a situation where a person's blood pressure dropped below the normal number, i.e. achieving low value 90/60 mmHg. It has been described in a previous article (high blood Disease) that the value of a person's blood pressure is normal with the size of the height, weight, normal activity level and health, in General, is 120/80 mmHG.
However, some people may have the value of blood pressure (tension) range 110/90 mmHg or even 100/80 mmHg, but they are not/not yet or rarely saw some complaints means so that it is perceived in ordinary activities her every day. If the condition persists, it is supported by a number of factors that enables triggering a significant decrease in blood pressure such as perspiration and urination many but less drinking, lack of sleep or less rest (tired with the activities excessive bleeding with menstruation) and redundant (abnormal) then blood pressure would reach threshold low (hypotension) 90/60 mmHg.
Someone who is experiencing low blood pressure will generally have complained the State is often dizziness, frequent yawning, vision sometimes felt less obvious (fireflies) especially after sitting long ago running, cold sweat, feel tired, not fast energetic, even experienced recurring faintness. On examination it generally beats/palpable pulse weak, the sufferer looks pale, this is due to the blood supply that is not a maximum to all tissues of the body.
The CAUSE of the
There are several factors that cause why to decline tense blood, this can be categorized as follows:
1. Lack of pumping blood from the heart. The more blood that is pumped from the heart every minute (cardiac output, cardiac precipitation), the higher the blood pressure. Someone who has the disorder/heart disease that results in the abnormal heart rhythm, damage or abnormality of the heart muscle function, valvular heart disease than the impact on reduced pumping blood (heavy heart) to all the organs of the body.
2. The Volume (amount) of the blood decreases. This can be caused by bleeding a great (RIP cuts, excessive menstruation/abnormal), diarrhea that is not quickly resolved, excessive sweating, urination or micturition.
3. The capacity of the blood vessels. Widening (dilation) of the blood vessels causing a decrease in blood pressure, it is usually as a result of septic shock, exposure to heat, diarrhea, vasodilator medications (an inhibitor of calcium, nitrates, ACE inhibitor).
There are several things that can be done to improve the condition of low blood pressure (hypotension), including:
- Drinking water in amounts which pretty much between 8 to 10 glasses per day, an occasional Cup of coffee in order to spur an increase in the beating heart so the blood pressure will rise.
- Consume enough food to contain levels of salt.
- Exercise regularly like walking in the morning for 30 minutes, at least 3 x a week may help reduce symptoms.
- In women are encouraged to wear an elastic stocking.
- Administering medications (increasing the blood) is only done when the symptoms of hypotension which felt really interfere with everyday activities, besides the doctor will just give you vitamins (support/placebo) as well as a few suggestions that may be made for sufferers.
Regarding the image of a community that most think that by consuming goat meat for patients with hypotension can increase blood tense actually unclear, However, justified if it will increase the content of Haemoglobin (Hb) in blood. Once again it should be understood that low blood pressure means that the blood supply is not optimally to all parts of the body. Haemoglobin (Hb) is low means that the content of Hb as binding substance in blood oxygen low levels have consequently sufferers can pale (anemia), dizziness (oxygen transported/blood supply to the brain is less), feeling tired, and others rapid.
In the case of Hypotension which really needed administering medication, usually, there are several types of commonly used drugs such as fludrocortisone, midodrine, pyridostigmine, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), caffeine, and erythropoietin.