Blood Pressure Chart Secrets?
The following blood pressure chart is a summary range of all types of blood pressures (low, normal, and high):
Normal Blood Pressure Chart
|Systolic pressure (mm Hg)||Diastolic pressure (mm Hg)||Normal Blood Pressure Ranges|
|110||75||Slightly below normal|
|100||70||Something may be wrong|
High Blood Pressure Chart
|Systolic pressure (mm Hg)||Diastolic pressure (mm Hg)||Stages of High Blood Pressure (Hypertension)|
Low Blood Pressure Chart
|Systolic pressure (mm Hg)||Diastolic pressure (mm Hg)||Low Blood Pressure Ranges|
What does the above blood pressures mean for me?
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Blood pressure is measured by 2 metrics, systolic and diastolic pressure. The first number (the higher number) is systolic blood pressure, which measures your heartbeats per minute when you are actively doing something with your body, such as running, jogging, lifting weights, or doing any kind of physically taxing activity. Diastolic blood pressure is your heartbeats per minute when you are at rest, such as reading a book, sitting down on a couch, or sleeping in a bed. So if you have a blood pressure rate of 120/80, that is considered normal for most people. As you get older, you can expect a slight increase in your blood pressure because your body requires more nutrients and oxygen to compensate for the effects of aging. If you have high blood pressure, you will likely need to make a few dietary and physical activity (lifestyle) changes to bring it back down to a more normalized range. If you have low blood pressure, you are probably in the middle of experiencing some kind of cardiac arrest, stroke, heart attack, or other form of immediate-condition whereby your heart is getting weaker or is failing. For most people while they are conscious, high or normal blood pressures can be seen. When it is low, that person must be going through something that requires IMMEDIATE medical attention.
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