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Having difficulty getting sinus decongestion medication because of my blood pressure ,which is controled with medication

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The EE symbol can mean one of three things: Excessive low blood pressure, improperly placed cuff or movement of the arm during the measurement.

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SOURCE: I got my blood pressure done when l was doing a medical for a job in the mines , just wondering is this blood pressure to high and would u fail me for high blood pressure.132 over 94

132 is OK and fine. But the Distoylic at 94 is considered high, as the ideal is 80 only.

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SOURCE: I am 76 and on Blood pressure medication. My reading is 104over 52 is that to low?

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Im 58 years old I take blood pressure pills & my blood presure was 107/56. Should I worry about it?


Hi! With your age, it is recommended to take maintenance pills but with your doctor's supervision. But as with your blood pressure, 107/56 belongs to the 'ideal blood pressure' range and is considered as normal. It is not to worry about. But if you feel some difficulties, please visit your doctor for further checkups.

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Aug 18, 2017 | Health & Beauty

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What is the ideal blood pressure for a 60 year old man.


Have a read. Ideally less than 120/80

Adults aged 60 or older should only take blood pressure medication if their blood pressure exceeds 150/90, which sets a higher bar for treatment than the current guideline of 140/90, according to the report, published online Dec. 18 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.Dec 18, 2013

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More than 90 over 60 (90/60) and less than 120 over 80 (120/80): Your blood pressure reading is ideal and healthy. Follow a healthy lifestyle to keep it at this ...

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Apr 15, 2014 - Diastolic pressure (the lower number) measures the force between beats. The ideal blood pressure is 120/80; as it rises above that threshold, the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and other health problems steadily rises. At 140/90, doctors generally recommend blood pressure medication.

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Dec 18, 2013 - Adults aged 60 or older should only take blood pressure medication if their blood pressure exceeds 150/90, which sets a higher bar for treatment than the current guideline of 140/90, according to the report, published online Dec. 18 in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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Why does my blood pressure go up and down?


When you say that your blood pressure goes up and down, are you talking about major fluctuations or minor ones? Minor fluctuations are really common and occur in almost everyone. Anything under 140/90 is generally considered safe in terms of blood pressure. If you have a 140/90 blood pressure more than once in a seven day period that is not a result of a specific activity or behavior, then you might have high blood pressure. If you are over the age of 60, then your blood pressure will tend to be higher and anything below 150/90 is considered normal for that age range. If your blood pressure ever reaches 180/120 or higher than you need to call 911 or get to your nearest emergency room immediately.

You blood pressure might be higher in general if you are an African American, 55 years of age or older, overweight, have a family history of heart disease, have a family history of high blood pressure, or have a family history of diabetes. Drinking alcohol, smoking, eating foods with a high amount of sodium, using drugs of any kind, taking cough medications, taking decongestant medications such as Sudafed, taking antihistamines such as Benadryl, and taking NSAID's such as Ibuprofen and Aspirin can also raise your blood pressure.

In terms of your blood pressure being lower than normal, this can occur when your body has been at rest for an extended period of time and your circulation has slowed down, when you are dehydrated, when you don't drink enough water, when you first wake up from a nap, when you first wake up in the morning, or after eating foods that have been known to lower blood pressure.

If your blood pressure is only slightly elevated and you don't want to go on blood pressure medications, I recommend trying COQ10, preferably with Bioperine in it. This over the counter supplement takes about 4 weeks to get into your system, but once it has, you will usually start to see a difference in your blood pressure by a minimum of 7-10 points. It lowers mine on average 15-28 points on a regular basis and has kept me off of prescription blood pressure medications (which I have been on in the past).

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I'm 66 yrs of age my blood pressure is 155 over 98, is that too high?


Hellfire, yes. You need to visit a doctor and get checked out. You need medication to control it, and then you either stay on the medication or modify your lifestyle a bit, a bit of exercise, watching salt intake and coffee intake. Stress is also not good!

My blood pressure was similar to yours and I have been on meds for 20 years. I am 63 in a few weeks. One thing if you are using a blood pressure monitor, you should do three readings. The first is always high. relax, breath deeply and slowly, and take it again.

There is a chart here. Get it sorted out sooner rather than later, like Monday!

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Jan 16, 2016 | Omron Health & Beauty

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How do I treat a sinus infection?


Avoid cold and dust. Use doxycycline long time. Use antu histamine.

Jan 04, 2016 | physicianscare Sinus Decongestant...

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What are the effects ol low pressure on the human body?


I assume you mean low blood pressure.
For some people, low blood pressure can signal an underlying problem, especially when it drops suddenly or is accompanied by signs and symptoms such as:
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Fainting (syncope)
  • Lack of concentration
  • Blurred vision
  • Nausea
  • Cold, clammy, pale skin
  • Rapid, shallow breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Thirst
  • If you mean low
    atmospheric pressure
  • When the atmospheric pressure drops, tissues expand. The expansion of tissues in and surrounding joints aggravates the nerves, causing pain. Thus, patients living in geographical locations with a higher atmospheric pressure tend to experience a greater severity of osteoarthritis (pain in the joints due to expansion of tissues). Drops in atmospheric pressure also have an impact on headaches, particularly sinus headaches. When atmospheric pressure drops (such as in an ascending airplane or before a storm), gases in the sinuses and ears are at a higher pressure than those of the surrounding air. The air pressure tries to equalize, causing pain in the face and ears. Those that suffer from chronic sinusitis or have a cold have the most issues, as the air becomes trapped in the sinuses and is unable to equalize.

Jun 29, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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A hemotologists finds high white blood cell count


The medical term for high levels of white blood cells in the body is leukocytosis. This condition can be caused by medications such as allopurinol, chloroform, aspirin, epinephrine, corticosteroids, quinine, heparin and triamterene. It can also be caused by infection, bone marrow diseases, tissue damage, inflammation, stress and immune system disorders that increase white blood cell production. This condition may not cause any signs or symptoms, but it can cause fever, easy bleeding and bruising, weakness, fatigue, malaise, dizziness, faintness, difficulty breathing, unintended weight loss, trouble thinking and pain or tingling in the abdomen, legs or arms.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/23735-white-blood-cells/#ixzz271fxo1OL

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