Low Blood Pressure – How Homeopathy Helps Treat It?

Low Blood Pressure – How Homeopathy Helps Treat It?


By Dr. Prashant Sharma , Homeopathy

Low blood pressure is one of the most persistent problems that affect both men and women. This condition, much like the very reverse- a high blood pressure, entails several symptoms. Some may seem harmless while others may require necessary medical intervention. This has necessitated several schools of medicines to come up with ways to deal with it and homeopathy is one of them. The various ways by which homeopathic deals with the various symptoms of low blood pressure are as follows-

1. Nausea and Vertigo-

If and when you have low blood pressure, you tend to suffer from nausea and vertigo. At the same time, you may also experience lethargy and slow pulse beat. In order to combat these, homeopathic medicines like Viscum Album and Gelsemium serve as excellent choices.

2. Tendencies of fainting and heaviness in the head-

Sometimes low blood pressure can be a repercussion of a continuous sun exposure. In such a situation, you tend to suffer from tendencies of fainting and heaviness in the head. Both of these conditions can be resolved by the intake of Glonoine. For symptoms that follow the initial bouts of dizziness like a headache and vomiting, Natrum Mur should be preferred to other medicines.

3. Exhaustion and Fatigue-

Low blood pressure can also occur after sudden blood loss. In such a situation, you tend to suffer from a sense of lethargy, exhaustion, and fatigue. In order to restore the lost vitality, the homeopathic medicine known as Ferrum Met is generally prescribed by doctors.

4. Irregular and Weak Pulse Beat-

Often times, problems in the valve lead to low blood pressure. Symptoms of this condition includes irregular and weak pulse beat. In such a scenario, homeopathic medicine called Naja proves helpful and significantly stabilizes the falling pulse beat.

5. Inability to walk due to weakness-

This symptom is most often experienced by elderly people owing to low diastolic pressure. For them, Baryta Mur is most often prescribed.