Maintaining consistent blood pressure is hugely important for our bodies. As you will see below, high or low blood pressure can have an adverse effect on our health and well being. This is why it is advisable to try and avoid blood pressure fluctuations. The ideal blood pressure is approximately 120/80mmHg (this can vary depending on age, weight, and height, etc.). In the text below, we look at the consequences of blood pressure changes, and how to prevent it.
Consistency is key. If your blood pressure is continually high or low, your body will suffer. We have listed below the consequences of both high and low blood pressure: