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... The test is relatively simple. The patient lies comfortably for ten minutes and BP and pulse are taken several times. ... (0 replies)
... I took him to ER and they did bloodwork and EKG...all came back good. Was told to follow up with his MD but was also told not to add another BP med or Diastolic would drop too low. ... (0 replies)
... congrats on the lifestyle change. i too was 6'3" 220 lbs and am down to 185. while my bp has improved, i can still get anxiety induced high readings and not sure if i'll ever be completely off the meds. but, shooting for 170 lbs before i concede. your readings are great. ... (3 replies)

... I don't know why it was that high at 13, but since then, I have had high readings because I expect them to be high, even at home. ... (8 replies)
... Arterial stiffness. In people over 50, this is THE major cause of high systolic, low diastolic BP. It is especially common in people over 60. ... (1 replies)
... that I didn't want to get... then I had it because I was eating sooo bad, sodium rich food and fatty stuff. Then no exercise. Then it was because of stress. ... (9 replies)
... is not too bad. The Diastolic reading of 81 is excellent. ... (17 replies)
... The very first major breakthrough in getting my nasty, high blood pressure down was by eating small, healthy, low calorie, low glycemic, frequent meals. I started dieting in 2004 and went to a small meal diet in December 2004. Buts.... ... (2 replies)
... I agree that the consistency and pattern and even machine and location of where and how you take your bp are very important. ... (5 replies)
... Choose a method of testing and stick with it...record for a month...take the average...and then decide what to do. ... (2 replies)
... I would not get too worried about your blood pressure, but rather work on your anxiety and OCD. My doctor recommends taking BP once, then re-testing in two minutes. Most likely your second reading will be the most accurate one. While BP's can often be falsely high, they are rarely falsely low. Go with the lower number. You will likely find the systolic (top number) to... (10 replies)
... evening for a short while. Unless there are drastic swings during the day that seem to follow a pattern, you can then switch to once a day testing. ... (2 replies)
... In my case, I thought, if my diastolic was 105, my Systolic would run anywhere from 150 to 190. ... (1 replies)
... I then discard the high and low systolic and the high and low diastolic...then I record the median values. This is a good method because it most likely discounts errant readings, both high and low. ... (139 replies)
... My BP is very much like yours. The systolic is highly reactive to any kind of movement, talking, stress, etc. If I just walk around the house a bit, then sit down and take my pressure, the systolic will typically be about 20 points higher than if I sit quietly for at least five minutes. ... (3 replies)
... carb, high protein diet could experience ketoacidosis, but for diabetics it's even more serious. ... (27 replies)
... shows my healthy Diastolic BP range. The scale starts at the Diastolic level of 61, and the hours listed begin at 1am and run 24 hours until midnight. ... (10 replies)
New with a ?
Apr 5, 2008
... Hi, I have been recently diagnosed with high blood pressure. ... (2 replies)
... Normal blood pressure begins low and goes up gradually during the day, staying at healthy levels. BP then dips or lowers during evening hours. ... (12 replies)
Uncontrollable BP?
Sep 17, 2013
... fficult it is a standard beta alpha blocker. Some people are slow metabolizers of drugs some are fast. Some people break down time release drugs faster or slower then others. ... (10 replies)




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