What Is Blood Pressure (BP)?
The force of the body's blood pressing against the inside walls of blood vessels, particularly the arteries, is referred to as blood pressure.
Blood is pumped into the arteries by the heart each time it beats. Over the course of the day, your blood pressure fluctuates.
When you are sleeping, it is at its lowest, and it increases when you get up and start moving. When you are excited, anxious, or physically active, it may also increase.
How BP Is Measured?