Should My Blood Pressure Be 120/80 Even After Exercise?

Quite simply, your blood pressure should not be 120/80 even after exercise. It is important to know that all physical activity increases blood pressure, which is a natural result of increased blood demand from the muscles and a process called autoregulation.

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