Is 186 over 122 a good blood pressure rate?
No, you med to see a Doc, ASAP!
I am not a doctor but since the normal systolic and diastolic blood pressure rate is 120 over 80 for a healthy adult, your blood pressure is within range. Exercise can also help maintain a healthy blood pressure rate. As you get older you should exercise more. Exercising helps the blood flow which can maintain healthy rates.
When you have low blood pressure and low heart rate it is usually because the heart is not pumping like it should. It is like if you were to hold a 20 pound weight in your hand and lifted it up to your shoulders over and over again. Eventually you would get tired and you couldn't lift it as fast (Heart Rate) and your hand wouldn't be able to grasp it as hard (Blood pressure).
That BP is extremely above normal. A normal rate is 120 or less over 80 or less. High blood pressure starts at 140 over 90. Low blood pressure start at 90 over 60. Therefore, the blood pressure given is extremely life threatening. Also it is quite impossible to have since the person would be most likely dead, while on there way up to that pressure.
Blood pressure is read as the systolic blood pressure over diastolic blood pressure. Systolic is the blood pressure when the heart is contracting and diastolic is the blood pressure when the heart is relaxing. For example, with a blood pressure reading of 120/80, the number 120 is the systolic pressure in millimeters of mercury (mmHg) and the number 80 is the diastolic pressure in mmHg. If there is a third number present, it is most…
120 over 80 is considered to be normal a blood pressure that's 140 or greater over 90 or greater is considered to be high blood pressure. For a 12 year old boy 140 over 88 is a little high. Try taking the blood pressure when hes at or as close to a resting heart rate if you get the same result he should go see a doctor.
The pulse rate is how often your heart beats in one minute, the blood pressure is the amt of pressure exerted againest your blood vessels , the systolic pressure (top #) is the amount of pressure when your blood vessel is constricted, and the dialstolic pressure (bottom #) is the amount of pressure againest the vessel when it is relaxed.