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Low blood pressure can cause dizziness or fatigue, or no symptoms at all.



Hypotension is defined as an abnormal decrease in blood pressure. Although there are several types of hypotension, orthostatic hypotension and postprandial hypotension are among the most common. Orthostatic hypotension occurs when rising too quickly to a standing position from sitting, bending over or lying down. Postprandial hypotension occurs within 2 hours of a meal when an increased amount of blood is diverted to the digestive organs.
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