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Diagnosed with low BP, feeling of numbness, tingling through body. Is it normal?

Sometimes when I sleep, I dream that I pass out. I am a 19 year old female and I have been diagnosed with low blood pressure , and pass out easily, so I know what it feels like. In these dreams I can be doing anything, and when I pass out I am aware of it, but everything is black. I literally black out, and can feel the numbness and tingling through my body just like I do when I am awake. But I can t tell if my body is physically feeling these things, or if I am just dreaming the symptoms. It feels so real. Is my blood pressure dropping really low in my sleep? Is this normal?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Hi Thanks for your query ,
use more salt in diet.
Drink more water.
Follow healthy diet.
Eat small, low carb Diet.
Doctor need to identify the cause of the low blood pressure.
Drug Fludrocortison is often used to treat.
Answered: Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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