Blood pressure, like all other factors affecting health, is affected by a range of factors.
It depends on a number of things, including your age, your activity level, and whether you have other health problems.
If you have diabetes, the risk of getting a heart attack or stroke increases dramatically.
If your blood pressure is too high, it can cause problems with your heart or other organs.
So what can you do about your blood pressures?
To understand how high your blood is, you have to know how high it is relative to your height.
When your height is normal, your blood-pressure is around 110/85, which means your blood flow is normal and your body’s response to it is mild or moderate.
When it is too low, blood pressure can get dangerously high and cause complications like a stroke.
So you want to know your blood volume.
To do that, you use a blood pressure meter.
The meters have sensors that are attached to your skin and a camera that records how many milliliters of blood is coming from each area.
If the meter says it has an average blood volume of about 110/75, your body can respond by pumping out more blood, so your blood levels go up and your blood vessels expand.
The larger your blood vessel, the more blood your body produces.
When you have an abnormal blood volume, your heart doesn’t have enough blood to supply enough oxygen to your body.
That can lead to an increased risk of having a stroke or heart attack.
The chart below shows how many more millilitres of blood your blood should contain for your blood to work normally.
If it is higher than that, your risk of a stroke is higher.
If blood pressure doesn’t show up on your chart, you probably have a blood clot.
When blood clots are forming in your arteries, they can cause heart attacks or strokes.
Your doctor can diagnose and treat clotting disorders, and can prescribe medication to prevent a clot from forming.
If a clot develops and becomes larger than an average person’s blood vessel is capable of, the clot can block blood flow to the heart.
If there is an increased chance of a heart-attack or stroke, you need immediate treatment.
There are medications that can reduce your risk, but the best option is to have regular blood tests to monitor your condition and to prevent it from worsening.
If an abnormal condition is diagnosed, you may need a CT scan or MRI to measure your heart.
The most common CT scans are called coronary angiography (C-A), which is a blood test that measures the size of your coronary arteries.
It is performed by a surgeon with a special instrument that looks at the blood flow in the arteries.
If they find any narrowing or narrowing of the arteries, that indicates a blockage or blockage of blood flow.
The blockage can cause the blood vessels to close, or your heart can become damaged.
The next step in your blood tests is to take an MRI to look at your heart, and then take an electrocardiogram (ECG) to check your heart rhythm.
These are the measurements of how your heart is beating and how your blood flows.
ECGs measure the heart’s electrical activity, which helps to monitor blood flow, heart rate, and oxygen level.
The more blood flow the ECG shows, the higher the risk that you have a heart condition.
Your medical team can help you determine if you have heart disease, or they can give you treatment, depending on the diagnosis and treatment plan you have.
If this is the case, your doctor can refer you to a specialist for tests to determine if there is any other underlying condition, such as diabetes or high blood pressure.
If so, your health care team will talk to you about the plan you can follow to manage your condition.
There is a list of recommended tests and treatments for blood pressure below.