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Old 08-08-13, 08:58 AM
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Originally Posted by dbg View Post
Very interesting thread. I've always had low-ish BP and I notice it "feels" lower for several hours after exercise. I had always presumed it was purely dehydration but attempts to maintain better hydration still left me with occasional black out spells if I get up quickly from a couch. I've had these issues as long as I can remember --even from high school where I was a three sport athlete (FB, swim, track). Very interesting.
Orthostatic hypotension. It's really common if you have low or low-ish BP. I did same thing when I was young, and occasionally now, if my BP is low-ish.
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