what causes high diastolic huh (81)
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Regarding hypertension criteria, there are differences in hypertension criteria based on the AHA (American Heart Association) and ESH (European Society of Hypertension) versions. According to the AHA, hypertension criteria when blood pressure is more than 130/80 mmHg, whereas according to ESH, blood pressure more than 140/90 mmHg is high blood pressure. In Indonesia, currently still using the standard hypertension with blood pressure criteria more than 140 / 90mmHg.
Related to the results of blood pressure tests that you do, where your diastolic examination results are 81 mmHg, then in general these diastolic blood pressure values are normal. Even though this diastolic pressure uses the criteria of the AHA, this diastolic pressure is still within the tolerance range, because it does not necessarily mean that once your diatolic blood pressure checks are one point apart, then make sure you are hypertensive. To ensure the enforcement of hypertension, the blood pressure examination obtained must be consistent in several examinations and disagree over time.
If your blood pressure history is normal, but at one time your systolic blood pressure rises more than normal, then re-evaluation needs to be done and treatment is not done at that time. Patients are advised to control within the next few days or after their stamina conditions have recovered, so further evaluation of the measured blood pressure values can be ascertained, whether the blood pressure is consistently high or not. If it is consistently experiencing more than normal blood pressure, then treatment as early as possible can be done. If the results are not consistent, the doctor can suggest improving healthy lifestyles, healthy eating patterns and idealizing body weight.
Whereas related to the results of your blood pressure examination with a diastolic 81 mmHg, this value is a normal value in the reference classification in Indonesia for blood pressure. So these results need to be evaluated periodically every few months for your blood pressure check.
When a systolic or diastolic blood pressure rises more than normal, some of the risk factors below can trigger this condition, such as:
Obesity Family history of hypertension Unhealthy lifestyles Cigarettes Excessive salt intake, especially from junk food, instinct food, or consumption habits of salty foods. Lack of movement or lack of exercise. which can trigger systolic or diastolic hypertension. Control of risk factors, even though age continues to grow, but with a healthy lifestyle, hypertension riisko will be smaller.
However, if you need more complete information and confirmation of your health condition, then you should consult directly with your family doctor or your cardiologist. The doctor will carry out evaluations and examinations related to your blood pressure and cardiovascular system. The results of the examination will ensure the presence or absence of hypertension or other diseases, or even your condition is healthy. Furthermore, the doctor will provide direction and recommendations relating to the examination results obtained. If all examination results are normal, the doctor will recommend continuing to live a healthy lifestyle.
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