10 Lower Blood Pressure Symptoms

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Nausea

Nausea creates a general unease in the stomach that may result in vomiting. People with low blood pressure may feel nauseous from time to time because essential blood flow to the stomach and intestines is slower than it should be.

Some people find relief from nausea by resting or by taking anti-nausea medication. If bouts of nausea worsen or last for an extended period, speak with a medical professional for guidance.

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