Normal Blood Sugar For 50 Year Old Female

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Understanding Blood Pressure [ultimate Bp By Age Chart]

Health & Wellness We all know that understanding blood pressure & maintaining healthy readings are important for our overall health and longevity. After all, it’s one of the most talked about indicators of health, particularly when it comes to the heart. But what exactly is blood pressure? Do you know what your blood pressure numbers mean? Compare your measurements to the charts below and read about Understanding blood pressure readings. General Blood Pressure Ranges The chart below provides a general overview of blood pressure ranges. To use the chart, take your blood pressure and identify your systolic & diastolic readings to compare. Diagnosing high or low blood pressure only requires one measurement (systolic or diastolic) to be outside of the healthy range ( Chart Reference). Keep in mind that it is possible for your readings to be affected by other factors like age, medication, & sometimes even gender. Check out the chart below for a breakdown of blood pressure ranges by age. Normal Blood Pressure Chart by Age While guidelines usually recommend the same blood pressure range for everyone regardless of age, it’s generally recognized that almost everyone experiences high blo Continue reading >>

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  1. Srini Bhavani

    And, please check your HbA1c Regularly. Eventhough, the general suggestion is that you check your A1c once every 3 months, it is NOT a Bad Idea to check this, every month, without fail. This will tell you if your BG numbers are getting too high, and you can then take corrective actions ASAP. Also, your last One Month contributes much more to your A1c value, than the prior two months.

  2. Prem Prakash Gupta

    If your blood sugar levels are raised, consult your doctor for oral hypoglycaemic drugs. You doctor will also suggest some dietary modifications and change in lifestyle, e.g. avoiding sugar and edibles containing sugar, moderate physical exercise (about 30 minutes daily), avoiding alcohol, stress, cigarette smoking, etc. Follow carefully all the instructions of your doctor. If your blood sugar level does not return to normal, then consult an endocrinologist.

  3. Lily Kiswani

    Fasting blood sugar should be in the range of 70–85mg% and 2 hours after a meal it’s back to 85mg%. The old recommendation of 140mg% is too high and is associated with complications. Check out my blog post, Risk of Diabetic Complications co-related to blood sugar levels - Diabetes Destroyer .

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