This Is What Causes Low Blood Pressure

This Is What Causes Low Blood Pressure

What causes your blood pressure to fall so low? Is it really that dangerous? Keep watching to find out!

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Dehydration – 0:37
Heart Problems – 1:27
Pregnancy – 2:21
Loss of Blood – 2:56
Septicemia – 4:27
Vitamin B12 Deficiency – 5:26


Dehydration – Can we imagine life without water? Probably not, and this is exactly why you should consume an average of 3 liters of water every day. Failing to do so may cause dehydration, a condition that lowers your blood pressure and forces the heart to pump blood at a faster rate than it is used to.

Heart Problems – heart conditions such as heart failure, heart attacks, or issues in the heart valves might lower your blood pressure. This is why it is important to have a healthy heart, which will pump blood at a proper rate, thus regulating the blood pressure and keeping your body functional.

Pregnancy – The circulatory system also expands rapidly during this time and lowers the blood pressure. Thankfully though, it usually shifts back to normal once a woman has given birth.

Loss of Blood – A low heart rate means that the blood is being circulated slowly. Yes, it may lead to low blood pressure, but it’s not for sure. Whereas, if the heart rate has increased in response to blood loss then it is more likely that your blood pressure will lower.

Septicemia – These infections usually affect your lungs, skin, or other vital body organs, but sometimes they can enter your bloodstream. This type of infection is known as Septicemia.

Vitamin B12 Deficiency – Deficiency of this nutrient can lead to loss of memory, vision problems, weakness in muscles, fatigue, irrational mood swings, and Low Blood Pressure. This is one of those issues that can be controlled though. Just try to maintain a diet with a moderate amount of red meat, clams, fish, milk, cheese, and eggs.

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