Introduction: Vascular neuropathy


Vascular neuropathy: Vascular neuropathy is Neuropathy of the autonomic nerves that control the blood vessels, leading them not to properly constrict and expand to control blood pressure.

Vascular neuropathy: Autonomic nerves go to the blood vessels that keep your blood pressure steady. Damage to these nerves makes your blood move too slowly to keep your blood pressure steady when you change position. When you go from lying down to standing up or when you exercise a lot, the sudden changes in blood pressure can make you dizzy.1

Researching symptoms of Vascular neuropathy: Further information about the symptoms of Vascular neuropathy is available including a list of symptoms of Vascular neuropathy, or alternatively return to research other symptoms in the symptom center.

Causes of Vascular neuropathy: Research more detailed information about the causes of Vascular neuropathy, other possibly hidden causes of Vascular neuropathy, or other general information about Vascular neuropathy.

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1. excerpt from Keep your nervous system healthy: NIDDK

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