Your blood pressure is 105 over 80?
What your values meanYour blood pressure is: Normal
But regarding your systolic (upper) value your blood pressure is rather: Ideal!
If you are getting two different types of classification for your blood pressure it is more likely to chose the one that is considered worse, e.g. if your systolic (upper) value is 'normal' and your diastolic (lower) value is 'high normal', consider 'high normal' as your classification.
Table of Contents
- Blood Pressure 105 over 80 on the scale
- Virtual Blood Pressure Monitor for 105/80
- What does "Normal" mean?
- Check another value
1. Scale / Classification as diagram
2. Virtual Blood Pressure Monitor
3. Check another value
4. Meaning of Normal blood pressureYour blood pressure is normal.
Requirement for a normal blood pressure is a value of under 130 over 85.
Would your systolic (upper) value increase by 15 mmHg to 130 mmHg and your diastolic (lower) value would increase by 5 mmHg to 85 mmHg your blood pressure was not anymore 'normal' but 'high normal'.
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