(HealthDay News) -- Low blood pressure, medically called hypotension, may increase a person's risk of falling.
The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute mentions these common symptoms:
- Feeling light-headed or dizzy.
- Having blurred vision.
- Feeling confused or weak.
- Being tired much of the time.
These symptoms should be evaluated by a doctor.
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Published: October 2014