What Is the Normal Resting Blood Pressure Number of an Adult?

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What is the normal resting blood pressure number of an adult ?

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After you take your resting blood pressure at home or have it checked in hospital, you can get two numbers which represent your blood pressure like 120/80. The normal resting blood pressure in an adult is about 120 millimetres of mercury systolic, and 80 millimetres of mercury diastolic. To know your resting blood pressure, you had better check it more than one time to have a more accurate result. Because even a low-salt diet can raise the resting blood pressure. Keywords: resting blood pressure
What is the normal pulse rate for a woman I’m a 63 yr old and 35 lbs overweight, I have hypertension

my heart rate right now is 120 up n down 89 up to 118. I am 60. I feel jittery. What can I do to flexuate it. 

The normal range is 90/60 - 140/90. So, 107/70 is normal.
The normal range is 90/60 - 140/90. So, 120/80 is normal. BTW, you are not on any blood pressure drugs, right?
46is 144/91 ok
Check your BP more times and record them. See a doctor. BP beyond 140/90mmHg is considered as hypertension. You should try to have a more healthy lifestyle. Eat less salt and do more exercise. Sleep well.
Your blood pressure is higher than the normal range. First, make sure that your blood pressure is the result of standard measurement. In addition, if there are no symptoms, you can adjust your blood pressure by improving your lifestyle, such as low salt and low fat diet, smoking and alcohol restriction, moderate exercise, etc. If necessary, go to the outpatient department of Cardiology to consult the drug antihypertensive program.
Why Blood pressure sometimes is 140/80 and with deep breathing goes down to 120/74 or even lower?
Blood pressure is affected by hormones in the body in a fluctuating state in a day. Therefore, different values will be obtained in a day. And the most accurate measurement needs to be completed in a resting state.
It is not a surprise. Blood pressure is affected by a multitude of internal and external factors. With deep breathing, your heart rate is expected to slow down, and the blood volume pumped by your heart may decrease. This may partially explain why the BP goes down. Also, with deep breathing, the intra-thoracic pressure is also changed, accounting for the different BP.
126/62 pulse 103
The normal range is 90/60 - 140/90. So, 126/62 is normal. The normal heart rate is 60-100. Your heart rate is 103, which is too fast. It is recommended to measure the heart rate a few more times. If you feel palpitations and chest tightness, you should take electrocardiogram or dynamic electrocardiogram to rule out arrhythmia.
Your diastolic pressure is low. If you have no symptoms, you don't need medication. You can drink more and eat more.
Your blood pressure is slightly high. 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 eating a low-salt diet, stopping smoking and restricting alcohol, and exercising moderately.