Saturday, December 12, 2020

Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20

Two “Red eye” tetras are swimming in the aquarium

Previous post mentioned about non motor symptoms of Parkinson's diseases (you may read: Non Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 19).

Low blood pressure is one of non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases. It is said that this symptom could be treated.

I saw some super markets or malls provide a simple equipment to check blood pressure for free.

The normal range of blood pressure is between 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Below or higher than this range is considered “not normal,” either low or higher blood pressure.

There is medical term call “orthostatic hypotension.” It is happen when we change position such as from “sitting to standing.”

There are many options to treat low blood pressure, some are:

- dietary

- changing behaviours

- Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs


A bird in the corner of a house in our neighborhood.

Sure, patients should consult to Medical Doctors (MD) about possible best option to treat “orthostatic hypotension.”

However, just to let you know, there are some prescriptions drugs available in the market (drug stores):

- Northera (droxidopa)

- Florinef (fludrocortisone)

- ProAmatine (midodrine).

It is fact, “orthostatic hypotension” might relate to psychiatric illnesses. If this a case, the drugs are:

- phenothiazines

- tricyclic antidepressants

- monoamine oxidase inhibitors

Finally, key word is to know non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases, then find the help from physicians or relevant experts. Like other diseases, early treatment is crucial.

30 comments:

  1. Thaks for very important informations.

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  2. Good information to know. Thanks for sharing.

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      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
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      Two “Red eye” tetras are swimming in the aquarium

      Previous post mentioned about non motor symptoms of Parkinson's diseases (you may read: Non Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 19).

      Low blood pressure is one of non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases. It is said that this symptom could be treated.

      I saw some super markets or malls provide a simple equipment to check blood pressure for free.

      The normal range of blood pressure is between 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Below or higher than this range is considered “not normal,” either low or higher blood pressure.

      There is medical term call “orthostatic hypotension.” It is happen when we change position such as from “sitting to standing.”

      There are many options to treat low blood pressure, some are:
      - dietary
      - changing behaviours
      - Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs

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  4. Love the calming influence of a fish tank.

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  5. Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20

    Knowledge is crucial to treat diseases.

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  6. ...low blood pressure isn't something that you hear about often.

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      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
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      A bird in the corner of a house in our neighborhood.
      Sure, patients should consult to Medical Doctors (MD) about possible best option to treat “orthostatic hypotension.”

      However, just to let you know, there are some prescriptions drugs available in the market (drug stores):

      - Northera (droxidopa)

      - Florinef (fludrocortisone)

      - ProAmatine (midodrine).

      It is fact, “orthostatic hypotension” might relate to psychiatric illnesses. If this a case, the drugs are:

      - phenothiazines

      - tricyclic antidepressants

      - monoamine oxidase inhibitors

      Finally, key word is to know non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases, then find the help from physicians or relevant experts. Like other diseases, early treatment is crucial.

      Delete
  7. We have a blood pressure gauge at home.
    My husband needs to check his blood pressure every now and then.
    Have a nice Sunday. ☘️

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  8. Very interesting.
    Have a nice sunday.

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  9. I thought higher blood pressure is the only concern.
    Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20

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      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
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      Two “Red eye” tetras are swimming in the aquarium

      Previous post mentioned about non motor symptoms of Parkinson's diseases (you may read: Non Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 19).

      Low blood pressure is one of non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases. It is said that this symptom could be treated.

      I saw some super markets or malls provide a simple equipment to check blood pressure for free.

      The normal range of blood pressure is between 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Below or higher than this range is considered “not normal,” either low or higher blood pressure.

      There is medical term call “orthostatic hypotension.” It is happen when we change position such as from “sitting to standing.”

      There are many options to treat low blood pressure, some are:
      - dietary
      - changing behaviours
      - Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs

      Delete
  10. Tanza, Low blood pressure isn't an issue in this household, but rather the opposite...but it's all under control. Stay Safe and Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  11. I didn't know that low blood pressure was associated with Parkinson's. You are an endless font of Parkinson's information! Also, the picture of your bird visitor is very cute.

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  12. Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20...
    medical research improved so much in recent days.

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      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
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      A bird in the corner of a house in our neighborhood.
      Sure, patients should consult to Medical Doctors (MD) about possible best option to treat “orthostatic hypotension.”

      However, just to let you know, there are some prescriptions drugs available in the market (drug stores):

      - Northera (droxidopa)

      - Florinef (fludrocortisone)

      - ProAmatine (midodrine).

      It is fact, “orthostatic hypotension” might relate to psychiatric illnesses. If this a case, the drugs are:

      - phenothiazines

      - tricyclic antidepressants

      - monoamine oxidase inhibitors

      Finally, key word is to know non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases, then find the help from physicians or relevant experts. Like other diseases, early treatment is crucial.

      Delete
  13. Io soffro di pressione bassa.... Speriamo in bene!

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  14. Interesting facts relating to low blood pressure and Parkinson's Disease.

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    1. Thanks-
      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
      -
      Two “Red eye” tetras are swimming in the aquarium

      Previous post mentioned about non motor symptoms of Parkinson's diseases (you may read: Non Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 19).

      Low blood pressure is one of non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases. It is said that this symptom could be treated.

      I saw some super markets or malls provide a simple equipment to check blood pressure for free.

      The normal range of blood pressure is between 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Below or higher than this range is considered “not normal,” either low or higher blood pressure.

      There is medical term call “orthostatic hypotension.” It is happen when we change position such as from “sitting to standing.”

      There are many options to treat low blood pressure, some are:
      - dietary
      - changing behaviours
      - Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs

      Delete
  15. Interesting post! Like the little bird :)

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  16. Hello,
    My blood pressure is usually low, interesting info on the connection to Parkinson's. I love the pretty bird. Take care, have a happy day and a great new week!

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    1. Thanks-
      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
      -
      A bird in the corner of a house in our neighborhood.
      Sure, patients should consult to Medical Doctors (MD) about possible best option to treat “orthostatic hypotension.”

      However, just to let you know, there are some prescriptions drugs available in the market (drug stores):

      - Northera (droxidopa)

      - Florinef (fludrocortisone)

      - ProAmatine (midodrine).

      It is fact, “orthostatic hypotension” might relate to psychiatric illnesses. If this a case, the drugs are:

      - phenothiazines

      - tricyclic antidepressants

      - monoamine oxidase inhibitors

      Finally, key word is to know non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases, then find the help from physicians or relevant experts. Like other diseases, early treatment is crucial.

      Delete
  17. sempre interessanti notizie da te.Grazie!

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    1. Thanks-
      Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20
      -
      Two “Red eye” tetras are swimming in the aquarium

      Previous post mentioned about non motor symptoms of Parkinson's diseases (you may read: Non Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 19).

      Low blood pressure is one of non motor symptoms of Parkinson’s diseases. It is said that this symptom could be treated.

      I saw some super markets or malls provide a simple equipment to check blood pressure for free.

      The normal range of blood pressure is between 90/60 mmHg to 120/80 mmHg. Below or higher than this range is considered “not normal,” either low or higher blood pressure.

      There is medical term call “orthostatic hypotension.” It is happen when we change position such as from “sitting to standing.”

      There are many options to treat low blood pressure, some are:
      - dietary
      - changing behaviours
      - Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved drugs

      Delete
  18. These informations are so interesting! Thanks for sharing them!
    Have a nice evening

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  19. Terrible disease ! Fortunately there are good medications now !

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  20. I've always had a low blood pressure, but yesterday it surprised me well above normal. So I have to start checking it constantly, because there are no jokes with the pressure.

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  21. Low Blood Pressure and Parkinson’s - Parkinson’s Diseases 20

    number of patients getting much more.

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  22. It seems younger people are getting higher blood pressure these days. I was talking to a co-worker yesterday and he was telling me his doctor called him to tell him he needed to lose weight. He said the first thing was going to cut out was fried foods. Especially, fried potatoes.

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