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8/6/19 11:39 A

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With even newer guidelines for 2019, I started looking back at guidelines.

From what I can tell, the systolic reading and diastolic numbers both lowered by 10.
So, in 2017, the guideline was 130/90 for “raised” BP. Now, in 2019, it’s 120/80. And that the line to raised or elevated BP.

Normal is less than 120 systolic and less than 80 diastolic.

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11/14/17 4:48 P

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I wasn't sure which board to post this under and I know that I am trying to control my blood pressure with exercise and diet. I just heard that they have now changed the guidelines for high blood pressure the other day and was wondering if anyone had any input on these new guidelines.

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