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Q: what is the right blood pressure for a male of 52 years

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Lisa Nelson, Health Pro
11/ 3/08 5:49pm

Hi Sanjeev,

 

A normal blood pressure for a 52 year-old male is less than 120/80 mmHg.

 

A blood pressure reading between 120-139/80-89 is considered pre-hypertension, and greater than 140/90 is hypertension (high blood pressure).

 

All the best,

Lisa Nelson, RD, LN
The Heart of Health - Heart Health and Weight Loss Tips

 

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pye, Community Member
11/19/09 9:27am

Thank you, mine is 138/80 is there anything to worry myself about? i am 85kg in weight, off slim build 173cm in hight!

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Earle, Community Member
11/12/08 10:01am

135/95

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rjbrady, Community Member
9/13/09 10:13pm

prehypertensive

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Earle, Community Member
12/11/08 9:09am

135/90

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rjbrady, Community Member
9/13/09 10:12pm

120/80

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