Yes. Normal less than 120 systolic and less than 80 diastolic. Prehypertension 120 – 139 systolic or 80 – 89 diastolic. High blood pressure (hypertension) stage 1 140 – 159 systolic or 90 – 99 diastolic. High blood pressure (hypertension) stage 2 160 or higher systolic or 100 or higher diastolic. Hypertensive crisis (emergency care needed) higher than 180 systolic or higher than 110 diastolic.
140/90. Pre-hypertension is any blood pressure less than or equal to 140/80. Stage I represents a systolic blood pressure (top number) greater than 140 or diastolic (bottom number) greater than 90. Stage I represents a systolic blood pressure (top number) greater than 160 or diastolic (bottom number) greater than 100.
Specifies cause. The kidneys are integral to the control of blood pressure. This is why kidney (renal) diseases involving the kidneys themselves or the blood vessels feeding the kidneys can cause hypertension. When your doctor identifies the kidneys as the culprit, he may refer to it as renal hypertension. There are many other causes of high blood pressure, & optimal treatment may depend on the cause. See your md.
Renal HBP. Renal hypertension is different from regular high blood pressure? ANS: Yes. Reg means we do not know what causes it. But most likely is due to eating too much salt. Can be major cause of HBP if kidneys damaged as well. Specialize in this and happy to to online 2nd opinion. Renal Hypertension is a very broad term. Need to know more.
I have high blood pressure. It seems to me that my existing prescribed medication may not be doing its job. Do you recommend a different med?
Possibly. It is very common to need more than one medication to control blood pressure. Your dose may need to be increased and or another medication may be necessary. See your doctor.
High blood pressure. I recommend that you speak with your physician. Different hypertensive meds work in different ways.
Can you rephrase? High blood pressure is dependent upon family history, age, diet and level of activity and enviromental factors like stress. To reduce blood pressure, exercise, low salt diet, reducing stress and good sleep and good relationship.
High blood pressure. High blood pressure, or hypertension, is most commonly idiopathic (no good reason). Obesity, family history, excessive salt intake, stress and kidney problems can be contributors. Recommendations for normal blood pressure get lower all the time - see your doctor for advice on what might be normal for you.
Genes, aldosterone, From 15-35% of hypertension results from secondary causes (excess hormones, abnormal blood vessels). This is more likely to be the case in a young person, especially if no family history of high blood pressure. If your BP is verified as high, secondary causes should be evaluated, and if ruled out, treated with lifestyle changes and if necessary, medicines.