Thank you for the quick reply.
A normal heart rate for a healthy adult, while resting, can range from 60 to 100 beats per minute.Average heart rate is 72 beats per minute.Tachycardia occurs when the rate is above 100 beats per minute.So your heart rate of 80 is within normal limits.You should not worry.Even though your normal resting rate was near 50,heart rate of 80 beats/minute is absolutely normal & there is nothing of concern.
The range of systolic blood pressure for most healthy adults falls between 90 and 120 millimeters of mercury (mm Hg). Normal diastolic blood pressure ranges between 60 and 80 mm Hg. Your present blood pressure of 130/85 is only slightly elevated.
Considering your age of 74 years,I would not worry for 130/85. You need to follow these:
hypertensive medication accordingly.
-Restrict your salt intake .
-Drink plenty of water.
-Limit your alcohol & avoid smoking.
-If you are overweight,then loose weight.
-Eat a healthy diet.
-Eat less fat and sodium.
Your cholesterol levels are slightly elevated & as you have only slightly high BP now,you now may need to take statin medications to lower this level(even though you are physically fit).
You just need to keep a watch over your blood pressure.Presently there is nothing to worry or concern.
Hope this helped.
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