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Submitted by on Feb 19, 2018

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High blood pressure (HBP) is common among the elderly in the United States and is a serious disease that can significantly increase the likelihood of coronary heart disease, heart attack, stroke, kidney failure and other health problems and risks. Literally, “blood pressure” is the strength of the blood that presses the arterial walls when the heart pumps blood. A large force for a long period of time is called HBP and can cause effectively damage to the body. It is very important that older people understand what their blood pressure means and how they can effectively prevent and, if necessary, treat HBP. People involved in old age should also be aware of HBP and how they can contribute to behavior that promotes healthy blood circulation.

In the United States, about one adult person has HBP. HBP itself has no visible symptoms; it can damage the heart, blood vessels, kidneys and other parts of the body for years without any obvious signs. Because of this, knowing that your blood pressure is important no matter how you feel physically. Thus, you can take the necessary steps if your pressure is too high. Senior citizens and individuals involved in their treatment should monitor blood pressure, no matter what range it has. If this is normal, you need to work to keep it in this range. If it is high, you should seek treatment to minimize and prevent damage to your body.

Blood Pressure Numbers

The figures that make up the pressure readings include the systolic pressure, which is the pressure when the heart pumps blood and diastolic pressure, which is the pressure when the heart is between the strokes. Often your blood pressure will be written and stated systolic on diastolic. For example, you can see 120/80 mmHg, which someone will say aloud as “120 more than 80”.

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The table below shows normal adult rooms and shows which rooms are at greater risk of health problems. BP may fluctuate, but if your values ​​constantly exceed the normal value, you may be at risk of developing high blood pressure.

These ranges apply to adults without short-term serious illnesses that can temporarily change blood pressure.

Levels above 120/80 mmHG increase the risk, which continues to increase as the number increases. “Prehypertension” means that you are prone to developing high blood pressure unless you have taken steps to prevent it. If you were treated with HBP and your numbers were in the normal range, your BP is under control, but you still have the condition. It is therefore important to continue treatment to maintain a normal level, even if you achieve a healthy blood pressure at any given time.

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