If your blood pressure remains constantly low and does not cause any problems it is almost never serious---and does not need to be treated. But if it is associated with symptoms it indicates an underlying problem---and needs treatment.
Your doctor will try to diagnose and treat the underlying medical problem that causes low blood pressure. However the cause of low blood pressure is often not clear.
In many people diet and lifestyle changes can help to treat chronic low blood pressure.
Diet and lifestyle changes that your doctor may recommend to treat low blood pressure include;
If diet and lifestyle changes do not decrease your symptoms due to low blood pressure you may need medication.
Medications which are effective in treating low blood pressure include;