Machair Posted January 9, 2010 Report Share Posted January 9, 2010 Mornings are the worst time for me until I have had a few drinks to get hydrated.The main issue seems to be low blood pressure which is usually less than 90/60. On rising the pulse shoots up by 40 or so, and the already low BP numbers get closer together, until there is very low pulse pressure between them-so 80/65 is not uncommon for me,when I first stand up. Does anyone else have this low blood pressure after a night in bed, and what if anything helps to avoid it falling too much? When I go to bed it is often not too bad-110/60 is quite common, but a night lying flat seems to cause it to drop like a stone. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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