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... fall in pulse pressure to 18 mm Hg or lower. ... (8 replies)
... Lately I've been experiencing some concerning symptoms with blood pressure and heart rate. ... (8 replies)
... Are you taking your blood pressure correctly? ... (1 replies)

... What do the instructions, that came with your blood pressure gauge, say about taking your blood pressure lying down? ... (4 replies)
... Just wanted to second what sunlover said..lying down (supine) BP is usually lower and your #s are fine. No cause for concern at all! zuzu (2 replies)
... Just for kicks and giggles, I decided to take my bp lying down the other night. ... (2 replies)
... bath once a week for my relaxation. However, for the past weeks that was twice weekends, my heart was a sort of 'beating' or 'racing' to the point I needed lying down on the floor of bathroom to gain my strength. Also, I felt very weak due to this during taking bath. ... (5 replies)
... Neurohormonal System problems, get my Cholesterol and Trigylceride levels down to healthy levels and at the same time improve my general health. ... (0 replies)
Blood pressure
Dec 21, 2007
... initial test my naturopathic did was to measure my BP when I went from a sitting to a standing position. This is supposed to test for adequate adrenal function. Blood pressure is supposed to increase when a person stands up. If your father's BP went down upon standing, then it needs to be further investigated. ... (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)
... 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)
... k of sleep due to my anxiety, regardless of the natural sleep remedies I am taking and my mind is racing. I am worried that something bad will happen to me if my blood pressure is similar to what I posted above over the next few days before I go see my Dr. again... ... (1 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)
... Why does my blood pressure go up when I lay down for a nap, or watch TV, or sleep at night? ... (3 replies)
... Besides a diet too high in calories, there are many other things, irritants, triggers, etc., that can drive our Blood Pressure and Heart Rate up. ... (36 replies)
... What do the blood pressure monitor instructions say about how to take blood pressure when sitting and when lying down? ... (1 replies)
... why is blood pressure higher when sitting than when lying down? ... (1 replies)
... speaking of which...try holding your arm straight up in the air and check it...if you want to see a really low reading. i guess it's because blood flow is running out of arm and heart isn't pumping as much...who knows... ... (4 replies)
... When you are lying down your heart does not have to work as hard to pump blood around your body. It could also be that when your are lying down, your are more relaxed and have lower blood pressure. Most home blood pressure monitors, require you to be sitting up to get the most accurate reading. ... (4 replies)
... It's best to take it sitting down, that's the preferred position. You will get a lower reading if BP is taken while lying down. ... (3 replies)


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