I just checked it and it said 110 and 60. Is that high, low, I have no idea what those numbers meen.
Mon, 14 Dec 2009
I will try to simply this topic for you:
110 mm Hg= systolic pressure also known as the upper one.
60 mm Hg= diastolic pressure also known as down one.
Your BP is good within normal limits so you don't have to worry.
So be happy and enjoy life, forget the BP Apparatus as readings keep on fluctuation from time to time OK.
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