A normal blood pressure range, according to WebMD, occurs when the systolic number is 120 or below and the diastolic number is 80 or below. High and low blood pressure problems affect both men and women. More »

A normal blood pressure range is less than 120 systolic and 80 diastolic, explains the American Heart Association. A systolic reading higher than 180 or a diastolic reading of greater than 110 indicate a hypertensive cri... More »

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The optimal blood pressure range for healthy adults is between 90 millimeters of mercury, or mmHg, to 120 millimeters of mercury for systolic pressure and 60 millimeters of mercury to 80 millimeters of mercury for diasto... More »

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A blood pressure reading of 200/180 does not fall within the range for a normal blood pressure and is considered to be stage 2 hypertension, as stated by Mayo Clinic. Normal blood pressure readings are 120/80 or below fo... More »

A normal blood pressure range is less than 120 systolic and 80 diastolic, explains the American Heart Association. A systolic reading higher than 180 or a diastolic reading of greater than 110 indicate a hypertensive cri... More »

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According to TeensHealth, normal blood pressure for a teenager under 18 varies, with the normal range falling below the 90th percentile for that teenager's age, gender and height. Eighteen and 19-year-olds should have no... More »

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A normal blood pressure range for children will vary according to age, height and gender, states the American Heart Association. For example, a normal range for a 2-year-old child falls between 88 through 106 over 42 thr... More »