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2. How can smoking increase Blood Pressure

  • The carbon monoxide it reduces the ability for red blood cells to carry oxygen.Niotine has a direct effect on the heart
  • Smoking can cause red blood cells to burst
  • Smoking can cause the heart to beat out of rhyme.

3. What is Systolic pressure and when does it happen?

  • Highest pressure and when the heart is in arrest
  • Is the dominant pressure that always occurs
  • Systolic pressure is the highest pressure and happens when the heart muscles contract and force blood into the arteries.
  • Lowest pressure and drops when heart relaxes

4. What is diastolic pressure and when does it occur?

  • Diastolic pressure is when the person is suffering severse heart pain because an artery has burst
  • Diastolic blood pressure is the lowest blood pressure and happes when the heart mucle relax and pressure in the arteries drop.
  • The heart is under the greatest pressure and happens with a heart attack

5. What is blood pressure measured in? ALSO what is a normal blood pressure?

  • mmHg + Normal Blood pressure = 120/80 mmHg
  • Mmhg + Normal Blood pressure = 80/120Mmhg
  • mmHG + Normal Blood pressure = 128/80 mmHG


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