low blood pressure?
I've been having problems with dizziness for about 6 or 7 years now. I've been told by people I know that it may be because of low blood pressure, but I haven't been able to find any helpful information about it. Many times throughout the day (varying from when I sit up or stand to once every minute or two when I'm working) I get really dizzy. The type of dizziness is where I black out for about 10 seconds, though I don't faint or anything, and I feel really weak and confused, and I often fall down because of it. Now that I'm working, this is getting to be a major problem for me.
My blood pressure is usually fairly low. When I go to doctors, it's usually about 90/60. When I take my b/p at home though, it varies from 75/50 to 95/60 (when I'm sitting) to 115/80 (though rarely).
I'm wondering if anyone knows if this is what's causing my dizziness; and if it is, what might help keep me from getting dizzy all the time.