Normal Blood Presure

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Many people define normal blood pressure as an average reading of 120/80 or below. However, "normal" can actually fall anywhere in a range from 90/60 to 120/80 -- it's not just one set number. An average blood pressure can only be determined when multiple readings are taken over at least three days.
Measuring blood pressure often involves wrapping a fabric cuff around the arm and then slightly inflating it. Blood pressure changes frequently throughout the day. Posture, nicotine use, and level of exercise are a few of the things that can make it change within a few minutes.
In addition, several things (such as lifestyle and family history) can affect a person's normal blood pressure range. Be mindful of this when comparing your reading to what's considered "normal."
(Click Normal Blood Pressure for the full eMedTV article on this topic. This article explains how to interpret a blood pressure reading and why it's best to use more than one reading to figure out your average blood pressure. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
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