You know there is research that suggests a high diastolic (with a normal systolic) does not lead to any more adverse outcomes than a normal blood pressure. Maybe there is new research to dispute this, but if my memory serves me correct there were two studies done. One split the patients into 4 group - one was normal - one was high systolic, high diastolic - one was high stystolic, normal diastolic - one was normal systolic, high diastolic. The normal systolic, high diastolic group fared just as well as the normal group on follow up. I think I've read somewhere that it's possible a higher diastolic actually can help protect the heart? So, I gave up a while back trying to make sense of it all
) I think your blood pressure looks pretty good. I am almost certaint that exercise would help make you feel better though and drop both your numbers by at least a few points!
My other big suggestion would be to stop yourself from taking your BP so much. I've easily gotten OCD about it a few times and it really does nothing for us. It's the trends and averages that are important. Besides 90 is only *right at high* and I really, really wouldn't worry about it. Exercise - take your BP twice a day (am & pm) and see what your avergage is after a week or a month. (Also, if you need to, take your BP 3 times at each of your two sittings then take the avg. just make sure you wait 5 minutes between each one)
(FWIW I just took my BP and it's 118/91. However, for the month of November I averaged 116/83 )