How can low blood pressure be treated?
Low blood pressure may or may not require treatment. The treatment of low blood pressure is directed toward the underlying cause. Checking whether you are drinking enough and are not dehydrated may be important. If an underlying disorder, such as a heart condition is suspected then it may be advisable to go to hospital for tests and treatment. If medications are suspected of causing hypotension
the doctor will probably advise a change of drug or dosage. Bed rest
and assistance with daily activities are needed until the condition improves.