Is this blood pressure ?
I have been very stressed lately and now every time I get up I feel dizzy then it will go, then return. Is this blood pressure ?
Blood pressure goes up and down.
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What is the cause for continuous variations in blood pressure?
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Does beer effect on blood pressure?
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Is there any relation between blood pressure and confusion?
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Blood Pressure, too high??
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Blood pressure results
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Fluctuating blood pressure. Taken aspirins and blood pressure pills
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Can low blood pressure cause a crawling sensation ?
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It depends upon the value of blood pressure .
Mild blood pressure e.g. 140 / 85 mm of Hg at the age of 42 , usually don't develop any symptoms.
If Blood pressure very high 150 /100 mm of Hg may cause dizziness, heaviness in epigastrium, bleeding / nose , palpitation , headache , heaviness behind eyes.
So , when feel high B P , consult doctor.Dr.HET
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