It forces the blood toward the artery walls
It is high enough and if it gets any higher it could cause health problems
It happens when too much blood is being pumped from the heart
The more blood the heart pumps the narrower the arteries get
blood pressure is normal if it's below 120/80 mm Hg. However, some doctors recommend 115/75 mmHg as a better goal. Once blood pressure rises above 115/75 mmHg, the risk of cardiovascular disease begins to increase.
Over 80% of Americans Have Hypertension
What is Hypertension
How to Maintain These
You can go to the doctors regularly and get you blood pressure tested or if you are trained you could do it your self. you could also watch what you are eating like don't eat fatty thing like bacon or steak because that could clog your arteries more.
What Causes Hypertension
Being overweight or obese
Lack of physical activity
Too much salt in the diet
Too much alcohol consumption (more than 1 to 2 drinks per day)
Family history of high blood pressure
Chronic kidney disease
Adrenal and thyroid disorders
3.Blood spots in the eyes
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