The ideal blood pressure is a systolic value of under 120 mmHg and a diastolic value of under 80 mmHg. That is the criteria that has to be met according to the World Health Organisation (WHO)
The ideal blood pressure is the best requirement to avoid damaging of vessels and organs. With an ideal blood pressure your expectancy of life increases
With a balanced and healthy diet and some sporting activity you can hold your ideal blood pressure long term.
Variations from the ideal blood pressure
Directly after sports aswell as after eating your blood pressure might be higher than normal though. To get better results check your blood pressure multiple times a day. With a long term measurement of your blood pressure you can get even better result. A long term measurement of your blood pressure normally takes about 24 hours and you will get a valid average with that method. Ask your doctor to get one.
If you feel like you are not completely fit, feel tired or have problems with circulation better find a doctor to run certain tests.