Sanitas Blood Pressure Monitors
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Frequently Asked Questions
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I just measured my blood pressure with a blood pressure monitor, but what is considered a 'normal' blood pressure? VerifiedIn general a systolic pressure of 120 and a diastolic pressure of 80 is considered normal or healthy. People aged 60 and over can have a slightly higher blood pressure.
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What are systolic and diastolic blood pressure? VerifiedWhen measuring blood pressure two values are displayed, systolic and diastolic pressure. Systolic pressure is the pressure on the veins when the heart contracts and diastolic pressure is the pressure on the veins then the heart relaxes.
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