According to WebMD, a normal blood pressure is lower than 120/80. This means that the systolic number is 120 or lower, and the diastolic number is 80 or lower. The systolic number measures artery pressure when the heart ... More »

It is possible to lower blood pressure by exercising regularly, making dietary changes, reducing stress, losing excess weight, avoiding tobacco products and drinking alcohol in moderation, according to the American Heart... More »

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Normal blood pressure for an adult is a systolic reading less than 120 mmHg and a diastolic reading less than 80 mmHg, according to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. Blood pressure refers to the force of blo... 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 reading is 120/80, according to the American Heart Association. The top number represents systolic blood pressure, while the bottom represents diastolic blood pressure, both of which are expressed... More »

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According to About.com, normal blood pressure is 120 millimeters of mercury during a heart contraction and 80 millimeters of mercury during relaxation. This results in blood pressure readings in the range of 120/70 to 14... 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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