Do you get low blood pressure often? Are you getting dizzy most of the time due to low blood pressure? If your answer is yes, keep these things in your mind to prevent it.

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Low blood pressure is known as hypotension medically. Some experts say it ranges lower than 90 mm Hg systolic or 60 mm Hg diastolic. But, this is just an approximate value and can be normal for some people. So, it is essential to consider symptoms along with these ranges.

When our heart beats, it pumps blood to arteries, which carry blood from the heart to the different parts of the body. Blood pressure is the pressure of blood running against the artery walls. It varies in different ages, sex, and timings of the day.

A person with low blood pressure can feel dizziness & fainting because the brain gets insufficient blood supply. It can also cause tiredness, low concentration, or nausea.

The primary causes behind this condition can be dehydration, blood loss, side effects of some medication, pregnancy, heart stroke, etc. It is essential to rule out the cause behind it for a better cure.


Here are a few tips for managing low blood pressure:


  • Consume whole grains, seasonal vegetables, fruits, nuts (almonds, raisins), and lentils in your meals.
  • Include pickles, chutney, or a little extra salt in your diet. 
  • Drink more fluids like warm water, soup, and other healthy drinks.


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  • Exercise regularly for better blood circulation. 
  • Do Abhyanga (self-massage) with warm sesame oil every day, half an hour before bath.
  • Practice deep breathing every day. 

Avoid the below-mentioned when you have low blood pressure:

  • Do not lift heavy objects. 
  • Avoid smoking or drinking alcohol.
  • Do not take a sauna or hot water bath for more than 5-10 minutes. 

Low blood pressure is not life-threatening, but it is essential to visit an Ayurvedic physician for better guidance if you often suffer from this condition. Follow the tips mentioned above to get rid of your symptoms and feel better.