Blood Pressure Chart Secrets?
If you’re suffering from hypertension or want to normalize your blood pressure, take a look at this special report by Rob Leighton who specializes in helping people lower their high blood pressure .
Blood pressure is measured by 2 metrics, systolic and diastolic pressure. The first number (the higher number) is systolic blood pressure, which measures your heartbeats per minute when you are actively doing something with your body, such as running, jogging, lifting weights, or doing any kind of physically taxing activity. Diastolic blood pressure is your heartbeats per minute when you are at rest, such as reading a book, sitting down on a couch, or sleeping in a bed. So if you have a blood pressure rate of 120/80, that is considered normal for most people. As you get older, you can expect a slight increase in your blood pressure because your body requires more nutrients and oxygen to compensate for the effects of aging.