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What is the name of the process that regulates blood flow in response to changes in blood pressure?
The process is called autoregulation.
How does autoregulation help maintain blood pressure?
Autoregulation helps maintain blood pressure by constricting or dilating blood vessels in response to changes in blood pressure.
What is the main reason why blood pressure decreases when you stand up?
When you stand up gravity causes blood to pool in your legs.
This decrease in blood volume decreases blood pressure.
What is the main reason why blood pressure increases when you exercise?
When you exercise your heart rate increases and pumps more blood.
This increase in blood volume increases blood pressure.
How does stress affect blood pressure?
Stress can cause both an increase or decrease in blood pressure.
When you’re stressed your heart rate and blood pressure increase in order to supply more oxygen to your muscles.
However long-term stress can lead to high blood pressure.
What is the difference between systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure?
Systolic blood pressure is the pressure when your heart contracts and pumps blood.
Diastolic blood pressure is the pressure when your heart is at rest between beats.
What is considered a normal blood pressure?
A normal blood pressure is 120/80 mmHg.
What is considered high blood pressure?
High blood pressure is 140/90 mmHg or higher.
What is considered low blood pressure?
Low blood pressure is 90/60 mmHg or lower.
What are the risks of high blood pressure?
High blood pressure can lead to heart disease stroke and kidney disease.
What are the risks of low blood pressure?
Low blood pressure can cause dizziness fainting and increase the risk of falls.
What are the risks of high blood pressure during pregnancy?
High blood pressure during pregnancy can lead to preeclampsia which can be harmful to both the mother and the baby.
What can you do to lower your blood pressure?
There are many things you can do to lower your blood pressure including eating a healthy diet exercising regularly and reduction stress.
What can you do to prevent high blood pressure?
You can prevent high blood pressure by living a healthy lifestyle and maintaining a healthy weight.
What can you do to prevent low blood pressure?
You can prevent low blood pressure by drinking plenty of fluids and eating a healthy diet.