The average American adult has a blood pressure of 120/85, the highest of any age group.
However, it can drop as low as 70/30 when blood pressure drops below 140/85.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an average person with a blood volume of less than 5 cc (1.5 ml) is about 65 percent less likely to have a heart attack than an average adult with a similar blood volume.
This means that if you have high blood pressure, the chances of developing a heart disease or stroke are significantly increased.
To help combat the risk of a blood clot, doctors recommend lowering your blood pressure and taking anti-coagulant medications.
However there are also other ways to treat your blood.
Some drugs are prescribed for conditions like high cholesterol or high blood sugar.
They also reduce your risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Blood clots are common in older people and in people with diabetes.
These are usually a symptom of other diseases, including high blood glucose, high cholesterol, or high triglycerides.
While blood clots can be prevented by medications, they are not always a good thing.
What are blood clumps?
Blood clumps are abnormal or abnormal cells that form in the body.
They can form when a clotting agent is used to treat a blood disorder.
The clotting process occurs when an extra piece of tissue from a blood vessel is released into the blood, making it easier for a clot to form.
Clots can lead to a number of conditions, including heart disease, stroke, heart attacks, and cancer.
Clotting can also occur in people who are having a heart problem.
In some cases, the blood clotting process can cause inflammation and damage to the blood vessels in the brain, causing a condition called plaque buildup.
In other cases, blood clumping can be the result of infections.
In rare cases, a clot can be caused by a type of blood clot called a platelet clot.
A platelet clot is a clot formed when a small amount of platelets called platelets is released from a vessel that is connected to the heart.
The blood clotted in the heart can spread to the rest of the body through a process called arteriosclerosis.
This can lead both to heart attacks or strokes and to death.
There are also conditions that cause a clot.
Sometimes, blood clotting problems can be related to a family history of blood clover.
Some types of clotting disorders can also affect the arteries that supply blood to your heart.
When blood clump occurs, the clotting of the blood vessel can rupture the artery, which can cause your heart to stop beating.
This is called aortic aneurysm rupture.
If the aneurym is not removed, the rupture of the anoxic aneurism can cause severe damage to your hearts heart.
As a result, you may have a very low-grade blood clot that can block the anoxygenated blood vessels that supply oxygen to the brain.
This causes damage to other parts of your body, including the heart and lungs.
If you have other types of blood pressure problems, it’s important to see your doctor and take a blood test before treatment begins.