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Q: what if my systolic and diastolic numbers are the same

i have high blood pressure usually 155/100  but as high as 181/110. Tonight is was 102/100

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8/ 2/10 12:47am

Hi Kacy,

 

You may be interested in this post from Dr. William Davis:

 

What is Pulse Pressure?

 

Pulse pressure is the difference between the diastolic and systolic blood pressure readings.

 

All the best,

Lisa Nelson RD

7 Natural Ways to Lower Blood Pressure

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