My mom has high blood pressure and has been complaining of dizziness for two weeks. What should we do to help? she is on medication but it does not seem to make any difference. she also doesn t have diabetes or other complications.
She does need to see a doctor to find the reason for feeling dizzy.
It's unpleasant, scary and can be dangerous - she could fall and hurt herself.
Some medications for hypertension can make people feel dizzy.
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