Hi,thanks for query.Your heart rate is high,and your blood pressure the diastolic one is 93 which you can say on borderline.Normal blood pressure for any healthy individual is 140/90 in absence of other illnesses.There is no need to worry about.Just relax,lets time do the healing of your mental trauma and you will be fine.bye.
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