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Experts often disagree on what constitutes “low” pressure, but this lies somewhere below 90 mmHg systolic or 60 mmHg diastolic.

People who find their average pressure consistently dips below this range may experience regular bouts of dizziness or fainting.

They may also find they feel faint, dizzy, experience blurred vision, nausea, fatigue or a lack of concentration.

These can all degrade people’s quality of life, and there are several potential causes.

Source: Daily Express

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