Why Does Systolic Blood Pressure Increase during Exercise?


Systolic blood pressure increases during exercise because when you exercise, your body requires more oxygen hence the heart beats faster and more forcefully so as to increase the amount of blood and oxygen in your body. This in turn causes pressure on the walls of the arteries to increase hence causing systolic blood pressure to increase.
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More blood is required during exercise so that you can get enough oxygen to your body. This is the contraction of the heart ( systole) During diastole( relaxation) the arteries relax
Systolic blood pressure is the term given to blood pressure at its maximum levels as blood surges through the blood vessels, pumped by the heart. The higher the systolic blood pressure
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