Question: How can I raise my blood pressure with low blood pressure?

What makes your blood pressure go so low?

Clinically low blood pressure may result from a temporary issue, such as dehydration, or a more long-term one, such as a heart condition. Low blood pressure may be genetic or occur as a result of aging . In some cases, a temporary factor, such as pregnancy or dehydration, is responsible.

What are the home remedies for low blood pressure?

There are plenty of natural ways and lifestyle changes to raise low blood pressure, including the following lifestyle changes.Eat more salt. Avoid alcoholic beverages. Discuss medications with a doctor. Cross legs while sitting. Drink water. Eat small meals frequently. Wear compression stockings. Avoid sudden position changes.

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