More fluids, Foods high in vitamin B-12, Foods high in folate, Salt, Caffeine,
Talk to your healthcare provider or a dietitian about healthy foods to include on your shopping list. There are ways you can modify daily behaviors that
may help as well.If you suspect you may have anemia, be sure to visit your healthcare provider for testing to pinpoint the type of anemia and the best treatment options.
Eat small meals more frequently. Large meals may cause more dramatic drops in blood pressure, as your body works harder to digest larger meals.
Drink more water and limit alcohol. Dehydration lowers blood pressure.
In addition to altering your diet, you may also be able to raise your blood pressure by making these lifestyle changes:
If you exercise outdoors in extreme heat, take frequent breaks and be sure to increase hydration efforts.
Avoiding spending long amounts of time in saunas, hot tubs, and steam rooms which can cause dehydration.Change body positions (such as standing up) slowly.Avoid prolonged bed rest.
Wear compression stockings, which help blood move back upward from your legs and feet.