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Doctor insights on: Blood Preasure Chart

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What is normal blood preasure?

What is normal blood preasure?

120/80: An average normal BP is 120/80. Emphasis on average. Individual BP varies depending upon many factors including activity, hydration, stress, ingested meds and natural stimulants, exertion, etc. ...Read more

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If my blood preasure is 175 /110 is that bad?

High Hypertension: It is not only high it is really high. This is stroke potential high. What are you doing about it? If you are not at the hospital please get there soon. ...Read more

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How i can interpret 10/6 blood preasure? Thank you!

Huh?: A BP of 10/6 indicates a major error in measurement or transcription. A typical BP might be 120/80 mm hg. A really low BP could be 80/40. Anything lower than that generally causes loss of consciousness. ...Read more

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My blood preasure is 93/59. How can I bring it to normal.

My blood preasure is 93/59. How can I bring it to normal.

Not too low: Actually, that is pretty normal (normal is considered 90-120/60-80). You can't tell much by a single reading-if you take it 10 times today you will get 10 different readings. It's generally better to have it low than high.Low BP can be a sign of low adrenal function. Adrenal-support herbs like ashwagandha, rhodiola& cordyceps may help. Hawthorne, turmeric & coq10 are good for hearts.Try more salt! ...Read more

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Why is blood preasure 148/93 standing and 126/95 when sitting down?

Why is blood preasure 148/93 standing and 126/95 when sitting down?

Blood Pressure: When lying down, the heart doesn't have to pump as hard to get blood to the upper parts of the body. When standing, the heart has to pump against gravity to get blood to the neck and head. The body compensates for the effects of gravity by increasing the heart rate and constricting blood vessels. ...Read more

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How to decrease your high blood preasure?

How to decrease your high blood preasure?

Many ways: Dash diet, regular exercise, weight loss, and stopping smoking are all non-medication methods which can be helpful. Pharmacologic considerations: chlorthalidone, lisinopril, carvedilol, amlodipine, many others. ...Read more