This can happen with anyone at any time. You just stand up, and suddenly feel dizziness, the room is spinning, vision getting blurring, for generally two or three seconds.
These could be the symptoms of the immediate drop of the blood pressure in the human body. Generally, these are not a matter of concern but according to many studies, a person suffers from such symptoms can later have heart failure.
Heart failure is a condition in which the heart is not able to blood in the way it should.
Symptoms of lower blood pressure:
There is a condition called Orthostatic hypotension in which the blood pressure gets drop when the person stands up. It is not necessary that the person will notice it, but after a period of 2-3 seconds, he/she may feel the symptoms such as:
- Dizziness and lightheadedness
- Blurred vision
- Feeling weak
- Headaches and many others.
Generally, the reason for lower blood pressure is dehydration, low blood sugar, meditation affects, and heart not pumping the blood in a proper manner.
When should you consult a doctor?
Feeling dizzy while standing for a prolong is a normal case and not a matter of concern. But if you are experiencing these symptoms frequently, then you should definitely consult a doctor, in fact, it would be much better if you will consult a cardiologist. A cardiologist knows more about these cases including:
- Chest Pain
- Irregular or rapid heartbeat
- Breath shortness
- Coughing pinky mucus.
How to look for a cardiologist?
Either you can consult your regular doctor, probably he will suggest you a good cardiologist or there is a modern way too. You can simply search phrases on Google like “Best Cardiologist in Jaipur”, you will enter the city in which you live. Many results will come on Google. Select the most suitable one for you.
In Jaipur particularly, you can consult Dr. Gaurav Singhal. He is one of the best cardiologists in Jaipur. With expertise in diseases like heart failure, heart attack, angiography, angioplasty, high blood pressure, he has done a lot of successful treatments.