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Does low blood pressure cause eye problems?

Is it Ok if i have low blood pressure? Does it cause some eye problems? Sometimes, i feel vision blurred. Is it caused by low blood pressure?
12/06/2012
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  • John Rodriguez

    Well, yes, low blood pressure can lead to a lot of eye problems. As we know that Low blood pressure is a situation which has low pressure in the blood. And in many cases, it will lead to some symptoms or signs due to the low flow of blood through the arteries and veins. For example, Low blood pressure can make you feel lightheaded and dizzy. On the other hand, you should also know that low blood pressure can not only lead to some eye problems, but also can make some organs, such as the brain, heart, and kidney not function normally and may be temporarily or permanently damaged. Anyway, it can be dangerous.
    12/07/2012
  • Geoff

    If you have low blood pressure, it is normal. However, a few people suffer from it, so it is better for you to balance your blood pressure. Low blood pressure can cause vision blurred. Because of insufficient blood circulation, the eyes receive low oxygen and nutrients, which can cause energy shortage to your eyes, thus leads to blurred vision.
    12/06/2012
  • Melanie

    It is not ok for you to get low blood pressure which may cause some eye problems for you. Your blurry vision may be caused by the low blood pressure. Your whole body immune system will get declined. You'd better use some eye drops to release the symptom of the eyes. Then you could have the good rest for the eyes.
    12/17/2012
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