I saw my doctor last week, he took my BP and said it was 155/95. I ve got to go back after 4 weeks to get checked again, have been really stressed recently, is this too high, is stress the likely cause ...
Whenever i have a bad attack of sinusitis my bloodpressure goes up to 155/110 i also get pins and needles in my hands at the time. is this normal? what can be done to lower the bloodpressure- whenever i ...
Hi i am 33 years old weigh approximately 77kg height 155cm or just under 5ft I have had a head ache for the past 3 days, my husband ( who is a paramedic ) took my bloodpressure a little while ago said ...
35yrs don t know 2 much about bloodpressure would like to know 118/84 pulse77 or 136-70 pulse 76 is good/bad, i am always told thats ok but @ what pressures or numbers is not ok any more or unsafe. ...
sometimes it is 155/ 101 just depends if im having a stressful day. I have stressful days often could this be the problem? i forgot to mention i am 27 im not on medication at the moment and am trying ...
How low is low bloodpressure and when should one become concerned and go to a hospital? A renter ... wise is ok and had been told by her GP if her self reading of bp was low to go to a hospital. She is 77 ...
Is 155/70 a high bloodpressure in a 75 year old lady
i would prefer to keep it at or below 140/90
is suger incres bloodpressure
yes diabetes and high bloodpressure are related and sugar can increase bloodpressure.
My bloodpressure is 106%2F77 %0AMy age is 40 male%0A%0AIs this to low%3F
Hello and welcome to HCM,
Systolic bloodpressure (bp) of 106 mm Hg and diastolic bloodpressure (bp) of 77 mm Hg is normal.
Bloodpressure depends on many factors.
A fall in bp is seen during lying position as compared to erect position, during states of dehydration, after vomiting, panic attack, etc.
However, this is momentary and bp comes back to normal after the condition is over.
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