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... I am having the same problem. My blood pressure laying down is around 113/68 but up its around 157/124. That confuses me as well. Its always up when I am sitting. (1 replies)
... In most people, the blood pressure is lowest when we are lying down and asleep. The mere act of standing up may cause an increase in blood pressure. Alpha blockers are the only antihypertensive medication that may cause people's blood pressure to DROP when they stand up. ... (1 replies)
... is blood pressure suppose to be higher or lower while laying down (1 replies)

... I take a physical every 2 years for my job and when they get too high of a reading they tell me to lie down so they can take it again (they KNOW it'll be lower), so a lower pressure while laying down is quite normal :) (2 replies)
... You dont describe how much it goes up, but bp should be lower in the sitting position vs laying in bed. All the blood sitting in the lower extremity veins rapidly returns to the heart when laying down, thus increasing stroke volume and blood pressure. ... (3 replies)
... Pressure readings shouldnt be the same laying down? ... (10 replies)
... your blood pressure should not be the same laying down vs sitting up. ... (10 replies)
... I was told that you can take your blood pressure sitting up or Laying down! Thats what 3 doctors told me.. ... (10 replies)
... What do the instructions say about taking the blood pressure in a laying down position? ... (3 replies)
... I'm having issues with my blood pressure. I've tried 4 different BP pills and none will control the BP when standing? ... (3 replies)
... I am writing to find a possible answer to her blood pressure dropping at night. ... (2 replies)
... Normally you would have your blood pressure taken sitting down but if you are a patient in the hospital it might be taken while you are lying down. Both are just fine. ... (3 replies)
... Both are accurate, but the usual numbers quoted as desirable blood pressure etc, are taken when sitting down (3 replies)
... which is accurate blood pressure sitting up or laying down? ... (3 replies)
... Does it matter whether you are sitting, standing or laying down to take your blood pressure? ... (3 replies)
... is considered the cut off of low blood pressure. If it goes lower and you feel very dizzy or lightheaded you may want to see a doctor. Feeling tired is also a sign of low blood pressure. ... (4 replies)
... You can definately give yourself white coat anxiety even on your home readings. I was thinking reading your post you said you checked it after getting home and laying down for twenty minutes but I bet you were anticipating checking it the whole way home then worrying it would be high because of the traffic, etc, etc. ... (25 replies)
... laying down for 20 mins, then taking my BP. ... (25 replies)
... If you have some kind of immune disorder, your "psychological" problems and your blood pressure problems and your sleep problems, could all be being caused by over-stimulation of your adrenals, and/or other glands. If your adrenals are constantly pumping chemicals (hormones) like adrenaline, it could cause a number of health problems, like anxiety, tingling, numbness,... (20 replies)
... I remember seeing a video about sleeping and they said your BP rises when your in the last mode of sleep, otherwise it stays low i think. Symptoms i get i the morning or when laying down is just that feeling of stress, and feeling like warm water is flowing through my blood, tightness in neck, weird tingling when i shake my head from side to side, ears get hot. lol nah... (20 replies)


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