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Hello again,I was waiting for your reply.I am sorry for your health conditions.There can be variation in both systolic & diastolic blood pressure during different parts of day & night.It is usually lower at night while sleeping.It begins to rise in the morning.Highest level usually occurs after 10 AM with peaking around noon.The rise varies but it is usually 20/15 in most cases.10-20% decrease of blood pressure occurs at night with nadir at 3 AM.Some factors may influence like stress, smoking, shift work.However, your variation sounds excessive.I would suggest to take an ambulatory blood pressure recording from doctor.You can have a clear picture then.I hope this information helps.If there’s anything else I can do, please let me know.Wish your good health.Please rate my answer excellent if you are satisfied with it.Regards.