Blood Pressure

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Blood Pressure

Blood pressure problem is a common disorder in elderly people. A person’s blood pressure is measured and a diagnosis of tension sickness is established. Large and small blood pressure or small and large blood pressure indicates that the person has a blood pressure problem.

Some complain about the problem of low blood pressure and others complain of high blood pressure. Sometimes a person may experience low blood pressure due to some external factors or instant conditions.

However, a constant or low blood pressure affects the quality of life of a person. Treatment of blood pressure is achieved through lifestyle changes and blood pressure medications.


High blood pressure or hypertension, which means increased blood pressure during the flow of blood, can cause many problems.

What Raises Blood Pressure?

Although the exact cause of hypertension is not known, it can be said that factors such as eating fatty tissue, not exercising, exercising overweight, smoking and eating excessively salted foods play a role in blood pressure elevation.

Generally, the reason for the high blood pressure of patients is not a specific disease. This condition, which is between 90% and 95%, is called essential hypertension, it is called secondary hypertension, which is caused by a cause or other disease and which is between 5% and 10%.


Low blood pressure is a condition that affects the quality of life of a person, such as high blood pressure. Since some people have low blood pressure, this does not cause any discomfort to them, but a sudden drop in blood pressure can lead to negative consequences. In short, every low blood pressure does not indicate a health problem.

Why Blood Pressure Drops?

  • Not enought feeding
  • Insufficient fluid intake
  • Side effects of the drugs used
  • Heart valve problems, heart diseases such as heart failure
  • Anemia
  • Hormone disorders

What are the symptoms of low blood pressure?

Symptoms of low blood pressure varying from person to person

  • Dizziness
  • weakness
  • Lack of concentration
  • Fainting
  • Feeling dehydrated
  • Nausea
  • Cold sweat pouring
  • Breathing is accompanied by acceleration.


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