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Heart Health(Hypotension)


Blood pressure is one of the important parameters of the body. It refers to the force that the blood stream applies on the surface of the veins, during the contraction and relaxation of the cardiac muscles. The resultant reaction of the arteries to blood circulation decides blood pressure.

Hypotension is low blood pressure. With each heartbeat, your blood pushes against your arteries. And against the artery surfaces, the pushing of the blood is called blood pressure.

Sometimes it is considered as Low Blood Pressure is good. But low blood pressure can sometimes make you experience tired or light headed. This time hypotension is dangerous of an actual situation that should be treated.

Blood pressure is calculated when your heart beats and in the times of rest between heartbeats. The statistic of your blood flowing through your arteries when the ventricles of the heart squeeze is known as systolic pressure or systole. The measurement of the times of rest is known as diastolic pressure or diastole.

Systole provides your body with blood, and diastole provides your heart with blood by filling the coronary arteries. Above the diastolic number, Blood pressure is written with the systolic number. Hypotension in adults is defined as blood pressure of 90/60 or less.

Causes of Hypotension


Depending on the type of hypotension, the causes of low blood pressure may vary. This can be also pathological, in that it is related with illness, or physical, in that it is correlated to a regular even though difficult process. At times more than one mechanism and the cause may account for hypotension. The list of causes of hypotension includes:



  1. Anemia, which may be associated with chronic mild blood loss, genetic problems or lack of nutrition.

  2. Dehydration, which may occur in hot weather, with serious diarrhoea and vomiting, low fluid intake, strict dieting and going on a fast, fever and increased urination.

  3. Blood reduction, particularly moderate to serious haemorrhage in acute settings, or even light loss associated with anaemia.

  4. Heart illness such as arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy, myocarditis, pericarditis, congestive heart failure, heart valve illness, and myocardial infarction (heart attack).

  5. Endocrine diseases such as thyroid problems, adrenal insufficiency, hypoglycemia and type II diabetic issues (sugar diabetes).

  6. There are many homoeopathic medicines which are used for the treatment and management of anxiety, angina, depression, hypertension (high blood pressure), erectile dysfunction (ED), Parkinson’s disease and pain. Hypotension may also be a consequence of drug communications when more than one medicine is used at the same time.

  7. Neurological problems like Parkinson’s illness and multiple system atrophy (Shy-Drager syndrome).

  8. Chemical like alcohol and certain narcotics.

  9. The vasovagal reaction which may be associated with excessive emotions like fear or discomfort.

  10. Severe swelling in conditions like pancreatitis.

  11. For Pregnancy due to an increase in demand of blood for both mother and the growing fetus

Types of Hypotension

  • Acute: Acute hypotension is a sudden fall in your BP that may be life-threatening.

  • Constitutional: This type of hypotension indicates your BP is lower than it should be most or all of the time. This is a serious situation that happens with no known medical cause.

  • Orthostatic: This type of hypotension normally happens when you stand up from a position like sitting or lying. It is also known as posture hypotension.

  • Postprandial: Symptoms of hypotension of this type indicate that your BP will drop after eating meal. Within 2 hours after you eat, your BP may fall and is more common when you eat carbohydrate rich meals.

You Could Have Low Blood Pressure: Know 7 common symptoms


 Dizziness and Light Headedness

Dizziness or faintness coupled with low blood pressure and no other discernible cause may be an indication of other actual causes, which include serious illnesses.







Blurred Vision

One of the more serious adverse reactions of low blood pressure is a blurry vision. Not only is it scary to experience, but the results can be long-lasting or even permanent.







Cold sticky skin

Low blood pressure, or hypotension, can prevent the body from efficaciously circulating blood to the extremities, which may lead to the cold or clammy skin. Additionally, your skin layer may appear blue or grey, which is a symptom that low blood pressure is dangerous and must be consulted and treated.







Fatigue is a vague symptom that may have a variety of causes. "If a new drug was started and the individual has this symptom all day, they may be over-medicated and having some low blood pressure.





 Lack of concentration

There are many reasonable reasons for a lack of concentration: such as pressure, busy schedules, and insufficient sleep. But if you have serious low blood pressure and trouble in concentrating, it may be as blood is not being stimulated to the brain at required amount, causing the cells to be devoid of nourishment.





Rapid heart rate

If you notice a fast heart rate, you may have a basic condition that causes the heart to contract irregularly. Since the heart does not have enough time to fill with blood, the heart reimburses by beating faster. Lower blood pressure can be a result of an overworking heart.







No doubt there are many reasons; but the absence of fluids also can cause blood pressure to fall dangerously. Dehydration and an inability to quench hunger are the symptoms that hypotension is challenging.





Rambaan’s homeopathic treatment for Low Blood Pressure


Homoeopathy cannot just give suggestive console in the case of hypotension but can also deal with many primary causes of low blood pressure like Tachycardia, Bradychardia, Schock, Pericarditis, Vasovagal strike, Speticiemia, swelling etc.

Homoeopathy treats the patient as a whole. It indicates that homoeopathic treatment concentrates on the patient as a person, and his pathological situation. The homoeopathic medicines are given after a full personal and detailed analysis and case-analysis, such as the medical history of the patient, psychological and physical structure etc.

The most dangerous side-effects of continuous use of other system of medicines create the patient prefer Homeopathic treatment by Rambaan’s Expert consultants. With its curing effect, Homeopathy can raise the spirit and strength of patients with low BP. People are generally pleased with Homeopathic treatment with its simple approach and no side-effects. Even though the goal of the treatment is to stop the giddiness or passing out or pain in the chest or palpitation or shortness of breath, the actual illness will be carefully evaluated with all its signs for comfort.

As like high BP, low BP does not pressure the heart, so people tend to be careless about it and skip treatment. Also there won’t be any symptom at all, to make them seek treatment. But often, low BP forces the patient to get emergency care. So, medicine is necessary to avoid urgent situations. The patient should help himself/herself overcome stress and strain, tormenting pressure, grief, and excessive distress. Homeopathy can also treat these psychological signs.

Frankly speaking, there is no fast result in natural and organic remedy and, ours are 100% herbal homeopathic remedies. We guarantee that no additives, preservatives or synthesized drugs are added and, hence it will take some-time to yield results, but safely and without any adverse side effects. It will take 3-6 months to get the admirable results, but once it works it will create a permanent satisfaction.

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