Chronic Hypotension TCM Therapy

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Definition of chronic hypotension in TCM

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definition of chronic hypotension in tcmHypotension, which is caused by the dysfunction of higher nervous center regulating blood pressure, is a clinical syndrome marked by lower arterial blood pressure in the systemic circulation. Hypotension is defined with the systolic pressure (SP) ≤ 12 kPa (90 mmHg) and diastolic pressure (DP) ≤ 8 kPa (60 mmHg).

This disease falls into the categories of "xuan yun (vertigo)" in TCM, which mostly onset related to weak constitution, anxiety, lassitude, emotional factors. The pathogenesis mainly includes a variety of factors, lead to heart-yang deficiency, and yang-qi could not reach the four limbs. Continue to learn Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) in TCM.

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