I am 35 & high blood pressure 148/96.During exercise what should be target heart rate for me as I m having high b.P?

Not enough info. First things first. Prior to starting an exercise program, one should be evaluated. A BP of 148/96 is high and should be brought under control prior to exercising. Ones weight should be assessed and, if high, addressed. All cardiovascular risk factors should be measured and addressed. If exertional symptoms exist, a treadmill stress test is indicated; this enables a safe exercise prescription.
Target heart rate. Your maximum heart rate in beats per minutes is based on how old you are. Generally, it is 220 minus your age. For most people, a target heart rate while exercising of 50% to 85% of your maximum heart rate is adequate. Excessive rise in blood pressure with exercise, requires using a lower target and medical consultation if the situation persists.

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I am 35 & high blood pressure 148/96.During exercise what should be target heart rate for me as I m having high b.P?

A. Heart Assoc. I believe the target hr for you during aerobic exercise is 93-157 and the maximal hr is 185. Note aerobic exercise is believed by many to lower resting bp, and resistance exercise might do the same. Mixed data from studies. Remember to factor in the effects of commonly ingested substances such as caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, tea, chocolates, etc. Many are ergogenic / performance altering. Thanks. Read more...

My heart rate is at 60-65bpm resting with a blood pressure at 155/80 is this normal for my heart rate to be so slow with a high blood pressure. I'm 20?

High blood pressure. The resting heart rate is of little significance in this case. What is much more concerning is the blood pressure of 155/80. That is quite a bit too high and in a young person suggests that an evaluation for hypertension is indicated. Read more...

I`m 32 female, normal weight. Having problem with high blood pressure 120/90, heart rate 118. I lasts for 3 months almost. What can be cause?

Need tests. See your doctor for a careful history and physical exam, blood and urine tests, and an ekg. The high heart rate needs assessment; one must check thyroid function and search for other, less common, causes of a high heart rate. In addition, monitor your blood pressure sitting and standing, once or twice daily, and review the data with your doctor. Read more...
Hyperthyroidism? The rapid heart rate is suspicious for an over active thyroid. Please see a doctor. Read more...
Many factors. 120/90 is only borderline elevated. Try to have more readings taken under different circumstances. Cut out salt and soda from you diet. Try to limit sodium to less than 1500 mg daily. Cut out any over the counter cold, allergy or NSAID medication like; motrin, advill, alleve. If you have done those things and your average readings are 140/90 or higher you should go to a doctor to be evaluated. Read more...

I am on high blood pressure. Medication. So my blood pressure. Is under. Control but heart rate. Is still at 100the or higher all the time why?

Pulse Rate. Blood pressure and heart rate or pulse are not necessarily directly related. There is one class of blood pressure medications called beta blockers that do work on BP and also reduce pulse. Ideally for an adult pulse should average 60-100 beats per minute resting rate. Many factors can increase pulse rate. Talk with your medical professional about your concern. Read more...

How might you have high blood pressure but a low heart rate?

They aren't. necessarily related, blood pressure can be from constricted vessels even if heart output low, and they can be controlled by different blood chemicals. Read more...

Rapid heart rate and high blood pressure at 19 don't seem right?

Yes and it is not a. At any age in general. This is an issue that needs to be evaluated and treated and not placed on the back burner. Read more...