Fecha de registro: 6 sept 2022


What is diastolic blood pressure?

The second number in blood pressure measurement is the diastolic pressure, which indicates the pressure in the arteries between heartbeats.

Normal diastolic blood pressure is usually around 80 or less, while a reading between 80 and 89 is considered normal, but higher than ideal. Repeated blood pressure readings of 90 or higher are cause for concern, as they may indicate high blood pressure.

What do blood pressure readings mean?

There is no correct blood pressure value, but it is important to know and understand the range of blood pressure so that any potential problems can be detected early.

Lower than 90/60mmHg – risk of hypotension. This is a lower-than-normal result, but is not necessarily a cause for concern. We recommend that you see your primary care physician if you consistently experience symptoms of dizziness or nausea, as this could be a sign of pulmonary hypertension



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