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Blood Pressure: Special Situations
What is blood pressure?
Blood pressure (BP) is a scientific measure of the force your blood exerts on your artery walls, usually expressed as a number. In healthy people, your blood is always circulating through the whole body, rising and falling with each heart beat. The force of that blood on your arteries varies. The pressure of your blood is called the systolic pressure; the lowest pressure is called diastolic pressure.
What are the risks of high blood pressure?
High blood pressure is a medical condition in which your blood pressure is abnormally high. High blood pressure also can damage your blood vessels, which can make it harder for your blood to flow, and it increases your risk of heart disease.
If your blood pressure is high, talk to your health care provider about a health screening. Ask your provider about the health benefits of diet and exercise.
What are the risks of low blood pressure?
Having low blood pressure can be dangerous. Low blood pressure can cause you to faint and pass out, even when you are standing still. Your blood pressure