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Most experts define low blood pressure as a reading lower than 90 for systolic pressure and lower than 60 for diastolic pressure, according to Mayo Clinic. Only one of the numbers needs to be in the low range for the ove...

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According to the American Heart Association, there is no formal definition for low blood pressure. Normal blood pressure is 120 over 80 millimeters mercury or less. Unless unpleasant symptoms occur, the lower the blood p...

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A blood pressure range lower than 120/80 is considered normal, according to the American Heart Association. The systolic number,120, measures the pressure on the arteries as the heart contracts. The 80, or diastolic numb...

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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...

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A low blood pressure reading may be the result of hypotension, which is chronically low blood pressure, according to the American Heart Association. However, prolonged bed rest, pregnancy, a decrease in blood volume, cer...

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Dehydration sometimes causes low blood pressure, according to Mayo Clinic. Dehydration can lead to a life-threatening condition known as hypovolemic shock. The low blood volume reduces the oxygen supply to tissues and, i...

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A person has high blood pressure when the systolic pressure reading is 140 or above and the diastolic pressure is 90 or above, according to WebMD. Both numbers need not be over the limit, as one or the other indicates hi...

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