ok.my grandma died because she has goiter..the sister of my mom has undergone an operation in her throat.and now my mom! the dr. said that my mom should undergo an operation after this week because ...
Blood pressure rises and falls all day long.
But if your feeling weak go get a check up you might need meds.
a very stressful situation maybe?
It could be orthostatic hypotension. With this, any changes in position, such as from lying to sitting up suddenly, or from sitting to standing will change your blood pressure too drastically (from a higher number to a much lower number). Blood pressure medications can cause this, but you need to let your doctor know. They can change the dosage you are receiving.
Some people have a normally lower blood pressure & this may occur. Things that can help are: change positions more slowly, stay well hydrated, get up slowly from a lying position & let your feet dangle from the side of the bed. Try to avoid standing suddenly, because your blood pressure can drop too quickly & you could pass out & fall. Let your doctor know about your symptoms.
The body can release a burst of epinephrine from your adrenal glands, also called adrenaline, when it feels a stressor coming on. Sometimes you might not even know why. Some people get it from things as simple as meeting strangers or social interaction. anyway the epinephrine is a powerful chemical that stimulates both heart rate and contactility (how hard it squeezes) causing blood pressure to sky rocket. The good thing is that this burst of epinephrine is short lived and usually comes back to normal within the half hour or earlier. This is sometimes known as an adrenaline rush or your fight or flight reaction. I hope all is well. If this continues you might be a candidate for low dose beta-blocker therapy.