guide to low blood pressure symptoms 3

Low blood pressure symptoms – 3 – immune connection

If you read part 1 and part 2 you know that low blood pressure symptoms may vary and can come unexpectedly at different times of the day.

Part 3 will explain how low immune system and poor circulation overlap. If your mornings are tired, cold and sluggish you may have more than just morning hypotension.

Frequent colds? Low blood pressure?

Are you prone to frequent colds? Do you wake up with runny nose, cough sore sore throat? Maybe besides low blood pressure symptoms you also have low immune system.

Hypotension is invariably related to “slower” circulation and therefore to colder body temperature. It is a common knowledge that people with poor ciruclation tend to get colder easier and are more prone to cold hands and feet. But this chilling effect of low numbers has a larger effect than just making you feel cold. It also affects the immune system. To find out about signs of weak immune system refer to the articles below:

Low blood pressure symptoms tie in to weak immune system

Did you know that common cold virus replicate faster in colder temperatures? Research shows that colder noses are especially good hosts for rhinoviruses.  So if your mornings feel a little “sickish” and you are one of those unfortunate ones with recurrent colds maybe instead of spending endless money on Dristan or Sudafed look into ways to improve poor circulation. This is a better, more natural, and more permanent solution.

Low blood pressure causes treatment symptomsHypotension has far-reaching effect. These include poor immune system as well as increased risk for dementia. But there are ways to permanently improve circulation. You will find them all in my recent book Revived!

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Before you learn all the tricks and techniques to perfecting your heart you could do something right away. Download the Fridge Chart below and get familiar with foods that improve circulation:


Common symptoms of low blood pressure

Poor circulation in the morning, besides giving you a runny nose, may also bring on tiredness, light-headedness, dullness, and feebleness. With more pronounced hypotension confusion and nausea can be expected. It should be of no surprise that many frail individuals lack appetite in the morning and skip breakfast.

If you missed why mornings are especially problematic to people with hypotension read part 2 of the guide

Here is a short summary of common symptoms of low blood pressure. For more details click through to part 1

  • Weakness, faintness even when in bed
  • Sleepiness, fatigue despite sleeping well
  • Confusion, light-headedness without any head trauma
  • Coldness, chilliness even under covers
  • Tendency to morning colds, and allergy-like symptoms
  • Nausea, lack of appetite

Although lying in bed with low heart numbers may be unpleasant,  it is far from being life threatening. However getting up without taking precautions may lead to fainting. How to prevent low blood pressure symptoms from becoming a problem will be explained in Part 4.

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