My systolic blood pressure(pressure on the walls of the arteries when the heart beats the blood through) was quite high at 167 but my diastolic pressure (pressure on the walls of the arteries inbetween the heart beats or when the heart is relaxed) was fairly low at like 69, and my heart rate is at 57. This seems weird to me in a way but also kind of makes sense. The systolic blood pressure(167) I would think that should be high since my heart rate is so low then that should mean my heart can pump high volumes of blood at once only having to pump a few times. The high volume of blood would put alot of pressure on the walls of my arteries, right? Now my diastolic blood pressure (69) would seem like it should be low like it is since my heart only has to pump very few times. This would mean inbetween the heart beats the walls of my arteries’ pressure would be very low because it will be a while till my next heart beat and that would mean it will be a while to there is any volumes of blood to be pushed against the walls of my arteries. Does any of this make since or is my heart pressure just all whacked up?
Sorry it took so long to explain myself.