Normal Blood Pressure for Men Over 50

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Find the screening tests you need to take!

As well we know, there are lots of diseases that tend to occur in elderly people.

For instances, your risk of developing type 2 diabetes, hypertension, and colorectal cancer increases as you get older. For this reason, it’s not bad idea to ask your doctor whether there are screening tests you need to take!

A screening test is intended to help identity a certain health problem as earlier as possible so thus the problem can be treated immediately before it gets worse at advanced stage.

Blood tests to measure blood sugar and cholesterol, and blood pressure checks are some examples of common screening tests.

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  • Farouk Umar Saad

    My BP is 140100 and am above 50 years is that okey?

    • Yap, that is already categorized into hypertension. However, it’s not uncommon to see that level in seniors (age 50 or older). But to keep safe, work with your doctor and keep the level as close as possible to the normal levels range from 115 /75 to 120 /80 mm Hg.