An arrhythmia is when your heart beats too fast (tachycardia), too slow (bradycardia), or irregularly. They are caused by changes in the electrical impulses that coordinate your heartbeat. Read this article to learn more about arrhythmia!
If your home blood pressure reading is different from the doctor’s office, from one monitor to the next, or from one minute to the next, then you may wonder about accuracy. Read this article to learn more!
What happens when you hit a high blood pressure plateau? You’ve made lifestyle changes. You’re taking a diuretic and at least two other blood pressure medicines. But your blood pressure still isn’t moving an inch. This is called resistant hypertension. Read this article to learn more about it!
Have you checked your blood pressure at home and found your blood pressure was low? A blood pressure reading that's lower than 90 mm Hg for the top number (systolic) or 60 mm Hg for the bottom number (diastolic) is generally considered low blood pressure. This article will discuss the possible cause of low blood pressure and what to do with it.
Different people with varying levels of blood pressure control will all have different needs. Here are some common recommendations from the experts.
Within certain limits, the lower your blood pressure reading is, the better. There is also no specific number at which day-to-day blood pressure is considered too low, as long as none of the symptoms of trouble are present.