Hi. I’ve been having low blood pressure for a couple months now. But not only that. I have dizziness, palpitations, anxiety, headaches etc. I’ve been with many doctors and everything seem well. My doctor check my hormones level it was good not perimenoupase. The cardiologist toll me to it more salt but it not helping. He gave me midodrine and it raises my dialostic instead of the systolic 108/88. I think that maybe is adrenal fatigue because of all symptoms I have since 11 months now. But all my labs are good. What can I do? ?
A country's birthrate is among the most important measures of demographic health. The number needs to be within a certain range, called the “replacement level,” to keep a population stable so that it neither grows nor shrinks. If too low, there's a danger that we wouldn't be able to replace the aging workforce and have enough tax revenue to keep the economy stable. Countries such as France and Japan that have low birthrates have put pro-family policies into place to try to encourage couples to have babies. The flip side can also be a problem. Birthrates that are too high can strain resources such as clean water, food, shelter and social services, problems faced by India, where the fertility rate has fallen over the past few decades but still remains high.