The average person has around 2.5 systoles and diastoles in their blood pressure, but the average blood pressure in the UK is at a record high of 116/85 mmHg, according to a new report from the Royal College of Physicians (RCP).
The RCP’s latest National Health Survey for England (NHES) found that more than half of people in England have a blood pressure measurement that is at or above the normal range.
The RCPs annual National Health survey found that nearly four in 10 people had blood pressure readings above 110/80 mmHG.
It’s also the average reading in England for people aged 18-34, and nearly three in 10 adults aged over 50.
What is systole and diasty?
Systoles (also known as systolts) are small blood vessels that circulate fluid between the body and the organs.
They are important in the blood supply, because they allow for healthy blood flow through the body.
They also carry waste products such as toxins.
Diastoles are the longer-term vessels that extend from the centre of the blood vessels.
They carry fluid from the lungs and are a more common cause of blood pressure problems.
Systolic (systolic) blood pressure is measured by measuring the amount of blood flow within a person’s blood vessels, which is normally about 2,500 millilitres per minute (ml/min).
A diastole is measured at or below this level, which indicates low blood pressure.
Sympatholipid (sodium) blood pressures are measured by the amount and density of cholesterol in the body, and are usually measured in millilitre per cent of total body weight (mg/dL).
These two types of blood pressures have different causes of heart disease, so it’s important to understand the difference between them.
The best way to diagnose systopic blood pressure can be found by having a blood test to check the level of sodium in your blood.
This will indicate the presence of a blood vessel problem.
This may include a narrowing of a vessel, a narrowing in a blood supply or a narrowing or a buildup of scar tissue in the vessels.
A narrowing of the artery can cause a buildup and it’s usually more severe in people who have diabetes, heart disease or hypertension.
Syphilitic (syphilitical) blood is measured in the same way as syostole or diasty but can be used to diagnose hypertension.
This means there’s a buildup in the arteries in a person with hypertension.
It can also mean that the blood flow to the heart has stopped.
A build up of scarring in the heart can also be a sign of syphilitics condition.
This is because scar tissue builds up around the heart and prevents it from working properly.
People with syphilitis also have a narrowing and build up around their heart.
It usually happens as a result of a blockage of the vessel wall.
A person with a syphilias condition will usually have one or more of the following signs and symptoms: numbness or tingling of the hands or feet, especially on one side of the body