There is a standard figure, the famous 120/80, but since every individual is unique, there are hypotensive people and their normal blood pressure is 110/70.
Meanwhile, hypertensive patients have their basic blood pressure at 130/90, that is, a little higher or lower, according to medical references.
Some people called it the silent enemy because it is only perceived when the person has very high blood pressure and begins to have body heat, red ears and a headache.
When the blood pressure is low, the individual can even suffer from vertigo, the texts note.
Arterial hypertension is a state in which the person has systemic high blood pressure, and can be fatal in many cases.
This condition is the main cause of cardiovascular diseases, which kill 17 million people all over the world every year.