This is Dr. David. I am reviewing your question now and will be with you momentarily.
how old are you?
what are your blood pressure readings?
are you male or female?
yes, you should see your GP doctor.
to discuss these blood pressure levels.
did you buy a new blood pressure cuff for home use?
yes, you should see your doctor
your diastolic number (bottom) is a bit high on some of your readings.
you may need to loose weight to help lower your blood pressure
you may need to cut down on salt intake and eat healthier. avoiding carbohydrates and eating healthier can help you loose weight which can help decrease your blood pressure.
if these don't help, you may need to go on some blood pressure medications.
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