Is Blood Pressure 127/56 Normal?
good morning, i am 27 years old, my blood pressure is usually around 100/70, then the cholesterol was very high, after that i control cholesterol and now cholesterol is 107, but my blood pressure is 127/54 is this normal? Do I need a doctor for this consul? thank you
hello linanda, thanks for the question ..
blood pressure examination is one of the mandatory examinations and can be the basis of examination of a condition / disease. This examination aims to find out how much power the heart pumps blood throughout a person's body. each person's blood pressure will vary and can be influenced by family history, history of comorbidities, activities, body condition / health, age, and others. blood pressure in adulthood is in the range of 90/60 to 120/80. if you do a blood pressure check and have gotten results outside of these normal limits, you don't need to worry but still have to watch out for. this is because blood pressure that is outside normal limits can be caused by several factors such as dietary factors, activity / fatigue, lack of rest, and other things so that blood pressure 127/54 is still said to be within normal limits when you do not experience comorbid complaints such as headaches, nausea, spinning dizziness, fatigue, blurred vision, or fainting so you don't need to see a doctor if there are no complaints. and to find out if you have abnormal blood pressure / high you should check your blood pressure again and routinely check blood pressure at least every 3 months.
High blood cholesterol levels can be caused by high-fat food factors, especially bad lemask, such as coconut milk, seafood, egg yolks, etc. which usually will cause symptoms of pain, aches and stiffness in the shoulders, neck, and arms and body feels not healthy / not fit. when high blood cholesterol levels are needed to reduce drug consumption and also really need to regulate / avoid foods that are the cause.
if you experience comorbid complaints as explained by the blood pressure, you should check yourself and consult a doctor to do a supporting examination of physical examination, blood pressure checks, blood tests, and heart records if needed, so that the doctor can provide advice and treatment the right one for you. things you need to consider are avoiding excessive salt consumption, consumption of healthy and nutritious foods and adjust your diet, regular exercise at least 30 minutes / day and at least 3 days / week, managing stress and getting enough rest.
that's all .. hopefully can help ..