Check out the video above for this weeks medical minute on why keeping track of blood pressure is important.
For the average person a normal blood pressure reading is anything less than 120 over 80, but no reason to stress out if it is a higher number.
A doctor will not diagnose a patient with high blood pressure for one high reading. It takes two consecutively high readings at least one week apart for doctors to consider blood pressure high.
Find out more on this weeks medical minute.