Health Conditions Medical Dizziness and fainting, the main symptom of low blood pressure (hypotension)

Low Blood Pressure: Causes, Symptoms, and Therapy

Hypotension, or low blood pressure, is a condition where blood pressure falls below the normal range, often leading to symptoms like dizziness, fainting, and blurred vision. While not always a cause for alarm, persistent or severe hypotension requires medical attention to identify and manage underlying causes.