Blood pressure chart






Blood Pressure Chart

10/17/2014
06:34 | Author: Samantha Price

Blood pressure chart
Blood Pressure Chart

Blood pressure chart with different categories of the blood pressure, symptoms and the treatment.

Extremely High Blood Pressure.

Systolic 140-159 or Diastolic 90-99.

and 60 – 79 Prehypertension 120 – 139.

Normal systolic blood pressure is 90 to 119 mm of Hg and normal diastolic blood pressure is 60 to 79 mm Hg. Even in this range, the lower blood pressure is better. So even if one has a blood pressure of 118/78 mm Hg, adopting a healthier lifestyle (quitting smoking, reducing alcohol, reducing weight if obese, exercises, reduced salt intake, healthier diet, etc.) is a good choice. However, self-medications to reduce the blood pressure further should never be attempted.

Other symptoms depending upon the complications.

May cause immediate death.

Stage 1 and Stage 2 hypertensions require therapy with anti-hypertensive drugs to bring down the blood pressure.

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Blood Pressure Charts What Does My Blood Pressure Reading

12/16/2014
04:08 | Author: Samantha Price

Blood pressure chart
Blood Pressure Charts What Does My Blood Pressure Reading

The information below and in the related links is designed to help you understand what your latest blood pressure readings may mean for your health -- and to.

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Readings between 140/90 and 159/99 usually indicate STAGE 1 HYPERTENSION, which means the force of the blood pressure in your arteries is higher than normal, putting you at increased risk of life-threatening problems such as heart attacks and stroke. Blood pressure in this range can also damage organs such as the heart and the kidneys, especially in people who already have chronic medical problems affecting these parts of the body.

Also, if you find that your systolic blood pressure (the first, or "top" number) is higher than 160, and your diastolic number (the second number, or "bottom" number) is lower than 90, you may have something called Isolated Systolic Hypertension.

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Blood Pressure Chart - Vaughn39s Summaries

10/15/2014
02:38 | Author: Lauren Wood

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Blood Pressure Chart - Vaughn39s Summaries

Normal blood pressure range chart, with comments about each blood pressure level. High, normal and low blood pressure are defined.

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Free Blood Pressure Chart and Printable Blood Pressure Log

8/14/2014
12:04 | Author: Jessica Kelly

Blood pressure chart
Free Blood Pressure Chart and Printable Blood Pressure Log

Download a free Blood Pressure Chart for Excel or Printable Blood Pressure Log to help you track your blood pressure.

Update 7/31/2013 : In the new Excel 2007+ version, I've added Heart Rate (BPM) to the chart as a secondary axis and also added BPM to the log worksheet.

You can take your blood pressure at anytime. The following tips will give you more accurate results:

These blood pressure charts will give you a quick reference of blood pressure levels for adults 18 and older.

When you measure your blood pressure, you're not always next to your computer. This printable blood pressure log allows you to write down your results no matter where you are.

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What Is High Blood Pressure? - NHLBI, NIH

6/13/2014
02:10 | Author: Lauren Wood

Blood pressure chart
What Is High Blood Pressure? - NHLBI, NIH

High blood pressure (HBP) is a serious condition that can lead to coronary The image also contains a chart showing ranges of blood pressure numbers for.

Blood pressure is measured as systolic (sis-TOL-ik) and diastolic (di-ah-STOL-ik) pressures. "Systolic" refers to blood pressure when the heart beats while pumping blood. "Diastolic" refers to blood pressure when the heart is at rest between beats.

About 1 in 3 adults in the United States has HBP. The condition itself usually has no signs or symptoms. You can have it for years without knowing it. During this time, though, HBP can damage your heart, blood vessels, kidneys, and other parts of your body.

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The ranges in the table apply to most adults (aged 18 and older) who don't have short-term serious illnesses.

Blood pressure doesn't stay the same all the time.

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