Features August 2017 Issue

Understand When Low Blood Pressure Is a Cause for Concern

Hypotension (low blood pressure) can lead to side effects such as fainting, fatigue, and fuzzy thinking.

Understand When Low Blood Pressure Is a Cause for Concern

Your age, current health, and medical history help determine if your low blood pressure is harmless or a health risk.

If your blood pressure is still as low as it was when you were much younger, you might be inclined to take pride in avoiding a condition that threatens the health of millions of Americans: high blood pressure (hypertension).

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