How Low is too Low for Blood Pressure?

Unlike high blood pressure, which has a definite starting point, there’s no single answer to the question how low is too low for blood pressure. Although the condition has a name — hypotension — some people just naturally have a lower blood pressure without any symptoms such as fainting or dizziness. One guideline doctors use to classify low blood pressure is a top number of 90 or lower and a bottom number of 60 or lower. You can find more information here: