Hypotension or Low Blood Pressure is linked to shock, a life-threatening condition. The American Heart Association records that as long as a person does not experience any symptoms, low blood pressure is not an issue. Severe hypotension can specify an underlying problem, and it may lead to organ failure and serious heart disorders as oxygen and nutrients may not reach core organs. Symptoms of low blood pressure caused by diseases or conditions depend upon the specific cause of the low blood pressure. If insufficient blood flows to the brain, brain cells do not receive much or enough nutrients and oxygen, and the person can feel dizzy, lightheaded or even faint

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