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What makes you have a diastolic blood pressure?
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Dr. John Szawaluk
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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Diastolic blood pressure is the pressure measured in the arteries as the heart is relaxing and filling with blood while systolic pressure is the pressure measured when the heart is contracting.

In brief: See below
Diastolic blood pressure is the pressure measured in the arteries as the heart is relaxing and filling with blood while systolic pressure is the pressure measured when the heart is contracting.
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