I definitely fall on occasion in to 'borderline' but also tick 'normal' (usually during the morning and evening). My BP is DYNAMIC - which at 189cm and with an active lifestyle, I would expect to some extent. Could I my 'borderline' readings be latency in BP adapting to changes in things like stance/posture, hormonal (cortisol) and activity level?
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As my numbers are seldom sustained in the borderline state, I do wonder at my diagnosis. Needless to say I don't get too stressed by a single 'dimension' on my health. I've focused on controlling inputs rather than the more elusive 'outputs', and continue to subscribe to Devany's Fifth Law:
- We should recognize the limits of knowledge and just get on the path that favours better outcomes.