When your blood pressure drops, your heart rate increases and your pupils dilate.
This is the signal to start taking barbiturate drugs to relieve symptoms.
This medication is usually taken with other medicines.
The most common drugs you may need to take are acetaminophen (Tylenol) and acetaminobutyric acid (ABA).
They work by raising your blood sugar levels and slowing down the rate of your heart’s beating.
These medicines are not recommended if you have a history of high blood pressure.
The risk of a heart attack, stroke or death from an overdose is very low.
But some people are more prone to a heart condition called hypertensive heart disease.
It can lead to problems breathing, heart rhythm, blood pressure and breathing problems.
Acetaminophen, acetaminocyclic acid (ACE) and an opioid pain reliever (such as fentanyl) can also help.
This list of drugs you should consider taking can be found here.
It is important to ask your GP if you are taking any drugs that you should not be taking.
Ask your doctor if you can take a different medication.
If you can’t take one of these drugs, you should see your GP to check if it is safe.
Acute heart failure (AHD) is a rare condition.
In this condition, the heart muscle does not produce enough blood flow and the blood pressure is too high.
It may be triggered by a number of factors including a family history of AHD or certain types of blood clotting disorders.
If your symptoms are severe and you are concerned about the long-term health effects, see your doctor.
You may also need urgent medical care if you: have an irregular heartbeat