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Orthostatic hypotension is the latest symptom of coronavirus, which you most likely have experienced

Although the coronavirus pandemic appears to be over, it is still present.

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Orthostatic hypotension is the latest symptom of coronavirus, which you most likely have experienced

Although the coronavirus pandemic appears to be over, it is still present. Experts warn that there may be new infections, with more positives among those who have been vaccinated. To be aware of possible infections, it is crucial to understand the symptoms caused by the new omicron-subvariants.

Orthostatic hypotension has been linked to covid-19 recently among patients infected. It is a common condition that causes dizziness in the wake of getting up from a sitting or lying position. Fernando Sancho Villanova is an internist at Vithas Hospital in Granada. He explained it to IDEAL that it's usually caused by low blood pressure when you suddenly get up.

It is caused by a temporary irrigation shortage that causes dizziness. The amount of air expected doesn't arrive, and people get dizzy. Sometimes they may even lose their consciousness. He clarifies that it is a sign of coronavirus and can also be a sequel to the initial infection.

Fernando Sancho Villanova

Hospital Vithas Granada Internist

It is a symptom that covid can cause, but it can also occur without it. Sancho states that these dizzinesses are temporary and not permanent. It is a temporary feeling of instability that disappears quickly, even if it lasts for a few seconds. It should not be a concern. Although it is more common among covid patients, it is not a generalized problem.

The Vithas Hospital in Granada's internist explains how to deal with dizziness. He suggests that you don't get up too fast and take it slow. Sancho says that it may be a good idea for patients who are receiving hypotensive treatment to monitor their blood pressure and increase their intake of liquids like tea or water. Sancho recommends that patients with hypotensive treatments consult a family physician if symptoms persist for more than a few days.

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