Is your blood pressure higher than it should be? Lower than the high blood pressure range, but still above normal?
That's prehypertension, and it may be more serious than you think.
Prehypertension is between 120-139 for the first number in your blood pressure reading, and/or 80-89 for the second number. Nearly 30% of American adults have prehypertension, according to the CDC.
What's the risk? You're more likely to get high blood pressure (hypertension).
Also, you may be more likely to have a...