Looking At The Ideal Blood Pressure

Today, there is increasing awareness on the dangers of high blood pressure and its possible complications. The most prominent of these is cardiovascular disease, or heart disease, of which the risk progressively rises as one moves above the 115/75 mmHg pressure level. Another one is stroke, a brain condition which results from interruption of the blood flow, of which a vessel rupture due to an aneurysm or high pressures is a possible cause.

Consequently, there is much talk about attaining the ideal blood pressure. This understanding however, should be clarified. Blood pressure varies for each person from day to . . . → Read More: Looking At The Ideal Blood Pressure