• Eddie Eddie
    August 27, 2010
    Does you blood pressure stay up for a little while after starting to exercise. I mean even in the evening when you exercise in the morning? More details in the optional sectone
    Eddie Eddie
    August 27, 2010
    Thanks for taking the time to read this. I am a 34 YOA WM 6 1 227lbs,smoker no significant medical problems been really lucky medically. My family has had some very significant cardiac history. My father's first child from his first marriage died at six from a cardiac condition at 6yoa unsure of the exact cause (way before I was born). My brother from my parents had to have a by pass surgery at 6. The used his left subclavian artery to by pass part of his aorta stenosis. From my mother's first marriage she had a son that had to have heart surgery also. I am not clear way. I have had no cardiac problems. I have decided to start exercising and I am going to stop smoking. This week starting Tuesday (today is Friday) starting walking for 45 minutes every day. I could not really get my Heart Rate up for the first 2 days. So I decided to sprint for about a 1/8 of a mile after about 3/4 of a mile walked. So I walked 3/4 mile sprinted about 1/8 then walking another 3/4 then sprinted again 1/8. then walking another 3/4 for cool down. Went about 3 miles total. I have also started nursing school 2nd semester. Last semester my BP was about 125/70 that was in around march. I took my blood pressure last night and it was 150/70 after being in bed for 30 minutes. This morning when I woke up it was about 150/70 + pulse was between 85-95 both times. My questions is does a person blood pressure go up and stay up when first starting a exercise program for a little while or should it return to normal. I regret not taking my bp before I started exercising. I exercise in the morning. I know it was long but wanted you to have the whole story. thanks in advance READ MORE

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