My blood pressure is abnormally low, what could be the problem?
Fall of blood pressure, below normal may be seen due to a disease of the adrenal glands called Addison's disease.
Addison's disease is caused due to poor functioning of the adrenal glands. They are located above each of your kidneys. They are unable to produce enough steroid hormones and this leads to a fall in your blood pressure.
Steroid hormones have a lot of normal functions in the body. There are many different symptoms of Addison's disease
If you have Addison's disease you will see change in the color of your skin , especially darkening of the palms of your hands, and other areas.
Blood testing is the first line of testing for Addison's disease.