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 41 years old blood pressure 143/72 pulse rate 60...good or bad?
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 What is death and why does it happen ?
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 How to lower blood pressure?
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 What do I do if I have warning signs of a heart attack?
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 Need help with health problem!! Plz.?
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 How do i lower my blood pressure?
my blood pressure is very high - I need to lower it as soon as possible - no drugs ...


 Can a person die of a heart attack in their sleep without feeling any pain?
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 To those who hated me for the CPR/mouth question, did you know my brother died at a restaurant with no CPR?
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 I have blood pressure 158/109.i am 36 and not too much over weight is this ok?
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 Does my grandma have a good chance of living?
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Can she live?...


 Have you ever had chest pains and how old are you?
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 Y the medicine don't work for high blood pressure?
my husband is on medicine more than 5 month now and the blood pressure is still high and he watch his diet and the doctor change his medicine as well nothing is working his blood presssure is usually ...


 My heart doctor was asking me personal questions, is this normal?
I went to aheart specialist because my internist reccomended it. He says "tell me about yourself".. So I explain my medical conditions and symptons im having, he cuts me off and says "...


 A blood pressure of 170/98 cant be good. What can I do now to lower it as soon as possible.?
I cant go to see the doctor for about a week I have no health insurance and I have to get paid first. Could a head could cause the raise in pressure?
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 Does blood pressure increase/decrease when in pain?
I can't find any information on this anywhere! I think it increases as pain causes stress and stress raises BP but I read somewhere that is lowers BP :-(

Help!!
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 What might cause an irregular heart beat?
I developed some weird condition with my heart last year when I was in PE (10th grade). That was my last PE class, having had it every year from 6th grade with the exception of the first semester ...


 Blood level 150/100 thats the reading is it ok or a bit high and nothing to worry about?
blood level 150/100 whats causing it and is it bad for me! or is it a bit high.....


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Seungyong W
Which is dangerous. low blood pressure or high blood pressure?
                     





Antichrist
Depends of are you black or blond


Lester
Diastolic pressure in not considered low until it drops below 47. The lower it drops below 47 the more concerning. It could result in feinting and circulatory colapse and death. Systolic pressure, the first and higher number, is considered moderatley high if it exceeds 130 on a continued basis. When it exceeds 150, it is considered high and should be reduced by taking medications. High blood pressure can result in burst blood vessels and damage to major organs, resulting in strokes, kidney failure, etc. and death. There are many causes of high blood pressure, so an MD should determine the causes and prescribe the proper medication. Usually, a low systolic pressure is not serious unless it is accompanied by a too low diastolic pressure, i.e, below 47. Nevertheless, a low systolic and diastolic pressure can result in tiredness and inability to stay awake. Since death can be the result of either high or low blood pressure, they are equally serious/dangerous conditions.


TAYLOR
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This has high debate so far on here...

They are both very dangerous if they are low or high enough.

The determining risk factor of the level of BP is based on each individual's health status and lifestyle.

High BP tends to be worried about more in the United States, solely because that's what most people have.


cRazy girL03
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BOTH!!!


diamond girl UK
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both, in equal measures, although they lead to and stem from different things.


Me
Both,


little-miss-olive
high i think


gangadharan_nair
While elevated blood pressure alone is not an illness, it often requires treatment due to its short- and long-term effects on many organs. The risk is increased for:
* Cerebrovascular accident (CVAs or strokes)
* Myocardial infarction (heart attack)
* Hypertensive cardiomyopathy (heart failure due to chronically high blood pressure)
* Hypertensive retinopathy - damage to the retina
* Hypertensive nephropathy - chronic renal failure due to chronically high blood pressure
* Hypertensive encephalopathy - confusion, headache , convulsion due to vasogenic edema in brain due to high blood pressure.
Usually, no symptoms develop unless hypertension is severe or long-standing.
The cardinal symptom of hypotension is lightheadedness or dizziness. If the blood pressure is sufficiently low, fainting and often seizures will occur. Hypotension can be life-threatening.
Possible Complications of Hypotension:
* Injury from falls due to fainting
* Shock
I think more people are suffering from the possible complications of hypertension than that of hypotension.


saui89
both but i would say high blood pressure a bit more...


Peter O
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both are dangerous.


Lesley
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both are dangerous, in different ways. A happy medium is the ideal.


ansel s
both are dangerous. however it is easier to bring high blood pressure down with medicine than it is to bring low blood pressure up.


Kevin T
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BOTH, its gotta be equal.


buttonmoon
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both but for different reasons


kir kir
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Both for different reasons. High BP tends to be a chronic condition, it won't kill you immediately, but it will eventually without treatment. A low BP depends on why, people who are very fit have a naturally lower BP and it is very healthy, if you have a low BP and feel well then you are well. If your low BP is making you unwell, (dizziness, confusion, nausea) then how bad it is depends on the reason for this . For example in hot weather or after having a large amount of food, some peoples blood pressure drops, and this causes them to faint. Once their BP has risen again, they will be okay. However, a low BP can be a sign of an internal bleed or a cardic problem, which as you can appreciate is much worse.


mark
Both, but high blood pressure is what most people have so that's why you here about it...

High blood pressure is often associated with general ill health, whereas low blood pressure is often an sign of serious disease.


jojo
both are dangerous high blood pressure is often linked to heart disease, low blood pressure can be linked to diabetes and fainting is quite common. though low blood pressure is a lot rarer


khayum p
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Both are dangerous but Low blood pressure is more dangererous it as it could cause immediate death.


Ricardo Kaka
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Both equally dangerous.


cardiophile
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Both are dangerous. Both reduces tissue perfusion, in different ways.


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