Re: BP, how low is too low?
If you feel fine, then a lower blood pressure is to your advantage.
Blood pressure in most people is higher in the morning and lower in the evening so you are a typical person.
If the person you indicate was not taking their medication, then it would probably be 140/90 or higher which, on a consistant basis, is considered high blood pressure.
Your physical activity will also have a bearing on your blood pressure.
Doctors recommended that when you take your blood pressure it should be at about the same time every day. You should be at complete rest, and you should take it at that sitting at least twice. By the way, your BP does vary from minute to minute. You will usually find the second reading at a sitting to be slightly lower than the first.