Normal Blood Pressure During Exercise?
Good evening,u003cbr /u003e My blood pressure when I wake up is normal, but when it’s a bit late it is often detected S=120-130 and D=80-85, heart rate is 75-80.
Hi Benjamin, thanks for the question. Blood pressure is a picture of the blood pressure in our arteries. Normal blood pressure is around 120/80 mmHg. A person's blood pressure will not be the same for every time. Blood pressure is affected by heart rate, the higher the heart rate the higher the blood pressure.
When we exercise, the body will need more oxygen supply. In response, the heart rate will increase to meet the oxygen demand. As a result of the increase in heart rate, blood pressure normally increases. Determination of blood pressure is not measured when you are active, blood pressure is measured when you are resting. There is no limit to blood pressure during exercise. However, there is a normal heart rate range during exercise, this normal heart rate range is determined by your age and weight. To get further examination, you can see the nearest doctor
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