it is much better than high blood pressure. dont worry about it, i have the same problem. i think it is an advantage. anyway if you feel slow and dizzy, get a shot of alcohol or drink coffee or tea, you pressure will increase and you will feel a bit better.....remember alcohol occassionally, i dont want anyone to become an alcoholic. :))
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