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With more than over half of the nation’s population with high blood pressure (BP), there is good reason to have the facts about what that actually is, and what to do about it if you have it.

 

Definition

 

High blood pressure (aka hypertension) is a condition where the blood circulating in your body presses on the walls of your blood vessels at an unsafe level putting the system at risk for ruptures, stroke and heart attack.

 

The Numbers

 

Blood pressure is measured by two numbers – a top and bottom number. The top number is your systolic pressure (the pressure on the vessels when blood is being pumped), and the bottom number is diastolic pressure (the pressure on the vessels when the heart is being refilled with blood)

 

Normal BP: anything below 120/80

Elevated BP: 120-129/80

Stage 1 High BP: 130-139/80-89

Stage 2 High BP: 140+/90+

Critical High BP: 180+/120+

 

What to Do About It

 

-          Exercise regularly

-          Lower your dietary sodium intake

-          Increase your potassium intake

-          Eat lean meat, fruits, vegetables and low fat

-          Lower your stress levels

 

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