Our expert says:
I don't think this could be the cause, but this could be symptoms of orthostatic hypotension and could be due to medication, heart arrhythmia, anemia, low cortisol, diabetes, or dehydation. The treatment for orthostatic hypotension depends on the underlying cause. You will have to visit your GP to try and identify the problem — dehydration or heart failure, for example — as this should be treated rather than low blood pressure itself.
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