Nighttime pressure should be more than 10 percent lower than blood pressure during the day, according to PubMed Central. With normal daily blood pressure in healthy individuals below 120/80 millimeters of mercury, nightt... More »

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A normal blood pressure for a person is anything below 120 over 80, according to the American Heart Association. However, numbers too far below 120/80 can also be dangerous. More »

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In adults 20 years of age and older, normal blood pressure numbers are below 120 mm Hg (systolic) and below 80 mm Hg (diastolic), according to the American Heart Association. Blood pressure is typically expressed as a ra... More »

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Take readings of your blood pressure at the same time each day, and maintain a diary of your readings including the day, results and the time of the test, according to the American Heart Association. Let your doctor know... More »

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During 24-hour, or ambulatory, blood pressure monitoring, individuals wear the monitor as instructed throughout the day and night and keep a written diary of their normal daily activities, according to Family Doctor. Thi... More »

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According to the American Heart Association, diastolic blood pressure refers to the amount of pressure against artery walls between heartbeats or when the heart is at rest. The second number in a blood pressure reading, ... More »

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For a 32-year old adult, a blood pressure of 97 over 60 is normal, according to Mayo Clinic. For all adults, normal blood pressure means the top, or systolic, number is under 120, and the bottom, or diastolic, number is ... More »

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