Your diastolic pressure is a little low. Normal systolic blood pressure is between 90 and 139, and diastolic blood pressure is between 60 and 89. You should monitor your blood pressure regularly. Also, you can improve your lifestyle to adjust your blood pressure by stopping smoking and restricting alcohol, and exercising moderately.
Your heart rate is a bit slow. How do you measure your heart rate?
The normal resting heart rate for adults over the age of 10 years, including older adults, is between 60 and 100 beats per minute (bpm). The pulse rate is the number of times in a minute that an artery pulsates, indicating that a heartbeat has occurred. You can determine the pulse rate by measuring the pulse of the radial artery for one minute. You should not just look at the values on the sphygmomanometer.
You can take high-quality protein, eat more fruits and vegetables, and exercise properly to raise your heart rate. If you feel palpitations and chest tightness, you should take electrocardiogram or dynamic electrocardiogram to rule out arrhythmia.