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Orthostatic hypotension is an autonomic imbalance peculiar to adolescence.
If your child is not good at getting up in the morning, it may be “orthostatic hypotension”.
“Not enough spirit”
“My child may have orthostatic hypotension.”
Orthostatic hypotension was a long time ago
I have been told.
“I’m saying that I have a headache because I don’t want to go to school.”
“I’m saying I feel sick because I want to sleep more.”
It seems that there were many parents who thought that.
In reality, this is not the case, and it has become clear that medical science has advanced and it is now due to the imbalance of the autonomic nerves in adolescence.
Blood pressure when sleeping and when waking up is automatically regulated by the autonomic nerves.
You don’t have to have that high blood pressure when you’re sleeping.
When you wake up, your blood pressure rises more than when you sleep.
By regulating blood pressure in this way, it is possible to send blood to the brain without delay when waking up.
However, children with orthostatic hypotension cannot adjust this well.
When you wake up, your blood pressure doesn’t rise so much that you can’t get enough blood into your brain, which causes headaches due to lack of oxygen.
“Isn’t the peculiarity of puberty cured until the end of puberty?”
That’s not the case.
Some children with orthostatic hypotension become natural at one point, but many have a “trigger”.
What was the reason for that?
I overdo it
It is a thing.
If I was practicing soccer every day during the summer vacation, I couldn’t get up from September, or if I became a junior high school student and lived nervously in April, I couldn’t get up in May. I couldn’t get up from.
“But isn’t it unavoidable to some extent in the new semester or transfer?”
You might say, but I’m half hit, but half not.
The reason for saying “I did it” depends on the physical condition of the child.
Of course, if you are not in good physical condition, you will be “overdoing” even with a little burden.
In other words, all children with orthostatic hypotension are not feeling well.
I couldn’t get up in the morning because I wasn’t feeling well.
I have a headache when I wake up because I’m not feeling well.
My stomach hurts because I’m not feeling well.
Even if puberty isn’t over, orthostatic hypotension will improve if you feel better than you are now.
So what should I do?
To improve your posture
Will make you feel better.
One of the major causes of orthostatic hypotension is “cardiac autonomic imbalance”.
The autonomic nerves of the heart have deteriorated, and I can no longer control my blood pressure when I am sleeping and when I am awake.
The autonomic nerves of the heart come from the spine.
By improving your posture, the autonomic nerves of the heart will come out better, and you will be able to control your blood pressure well.
How to take a good posture
Place your palm on your hips.
Bend the spine by squeezing the muscles on either side of the spine just above the palm of your hand (I think your child’s spine is probably protruding, but this spine is by nature. It’s warped).
Keeping good posture and correcting the spine will improve orthostatic hypotension in the shortest possible time.
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