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What is Normal for Blood Pressure?

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The normal numbers for blood pressure is 120/80. Blood pressure is measured in millimeters of mercury. That means normal blood pressure is 120 mmHg when pumping, and 80 mmHg when at rest. You can find more information here:
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Normal blood pressure is between 110 and 120 systolic and 70 and 80 diastolic. In general, a reading of 140 over 90 is considered borderline with anything higher considered full-blown
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its 120/79 to 126/82,
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For that age group normal blood pressures would be around 110 to 120
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