High Blood pressure is a blood pressure over the normal 120/80 average.
Hypertension is the disease of consistently having a high blood pressure usually over 140 for the top number and over 100 for the bottom number. Hypertension is a disease that does damage to your organs, such a your heart and kidney and can be easily controlled with a medication.
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Blood pressure is the force of blood against the walls of arteries. Blood pressure rises and falls during the day. When blood pressure stays elevated over time, it is called high blood pressure.
Prehypertension is an American classification for cases where a person's blood pressure is elevated above normal but not to the level considered to be hypertension.Prehypertension is considered to be blood pressure readings with a systolic pressure from 120 to 139 mm Hg
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