RestingBloodPressure_and_HeartRate

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Begin Testing + Facts about  common effects during exercise
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Blood Pressure and  Heart Rate During rest and exercise
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What is Blood Pressure? The force of blood against the walls of the  arteries and veins created by the heart as  it pumps blood to every part of the body.
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What is Systolic Blood Pressure? SBP Is the maximum pressure in the arteries  when the ventricles contract during a  heart beat. Is an important indicator of overall  cardiovascular function during exercise.
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What is Diastolic Pressure? DBP Reflects the peripheral resistance in the  arterial vessels to blood flow.
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What is hypertension? High Blood Pressure A condition where the RESTING SBP  and/or  RESTING DBP is/are chronically  above the optimal level.
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Resting BP Standards Category Systolic  (mmHg) Diastolic (mmHg) Normal Less than 120  AND Less than 80 Prehypertension 120-139 OR 80-89 Hypertension Stage 1 140-159 OR 90-99 Stage 2 160 or greater OR 100 or greater
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Low BP
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