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Blood Pressure Levels

Dangerous Blood Pressure Levels

Rightly nicknamed the "silent killer," hypertension, or high blood pressure, may go undetected for years. Still, the "Primary Care...

Normal Blood Pressure and Pulse After Exercising

Exercise and a healthy lifestyle helps you control high blood pressure, according to the National Institutes of Health. Working ou...

Is it Normal for Elderly People's Blood Pressure to Run a Little High?

Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is generally defined as a blood pressure above 140/90 mm Hg. According to a 2011 report in t...

Nutrition to Reverse High Blood Pressure

Keeping your blood pressure at a normal level is key to maintaining good health. If you happen to have high blood pressure, also k...

Cardiac Precautions for Therapy

People with heart failure or who have recently had cardiac surgery must be vigilant when beginning an exercise therapy routine. Th...

Normal Blood Pressure Range by Age

Blood pressure typically increases throughout life, from infancy to older adulthood. Because most babies and children aren't at ri...

Normal Blood Pressure While Running a Marathon

Running a marathon when your blood pressure is too high or too low carries serious risks that must never be ignored. At rest, high...

Normal Blood Pressure Increase During Treadmill Tests

A treadmill test, also called a stress test, is a tool doctors use to diagnose heart disease. Although your doctor may order a tre...

The Effects of pCO2 on Respiration

The mechanisms that control respiration are part of an intricately woven system. The two main gases involved in respiration are ox...

Complications When Blood Pressure Is 100 on the Bottom Level

Blood pressure measures the force that blood places against the artery walls as it's pumped through the body. It's an indi...
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