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It is normal for blood pressure to increase with age, says the National Institute on Aging. The main artery of the heart thickens and becomes stiffer as individuals age, which makes the heart work harder and increases bl... More »

To read a blood pressure chart by age, locate your age range, then view the corresponding normal systolic and diastolic numbers, notes Disabled World. The chart offered by Disabled World features average blood pressure r... More »

A blood pressure chart that offers average blood pressure levels grouped by age can be found on the Disabled World website. A range of normal blood pressures can be obtained from the American Heart Association and indica... More »

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A blood pressure reading of less than 120 mmHg systolic and 80 mmHg diastolic is normal for a 67-year-old woman, according to the National Institute on Aging. Blood pressure measuring at 140/90 or above, however, falls i... More »

To read a blood pressure chart by age, locate your age range, then view the corresponding normal systolic and diastolic numbers, notes Disabled World. The chart offered by Disabled World features average blood pressure r... More »

While a blood pressure of 120/80 is normal for people over 18, for those under age 18, normal is based on a percentile rating for the teen's age, height and gender, according to KidsHealth. A blood pressure above the 90t... More »

While blood pressure charts all tend to show the same information, specific charts are available to note acceptable and dangerous blood pressure ranges by age and by gender, as Disabled World displays. Children's blood p... More »