My blood pressure is 114/72. I know that the normal blood pressure rate is 120/80. Is that too low?

Not Medical Advice: Blood pressure 114/72 is normal.

While BP can change from minute to minute with changes in posture, exercise, stress or sleep, it should normally be less than 120/80 mm Hg (less than 120 systolic AND less than 80 diastolic) for an adult age 20 or over.

As per Heart.org, there is no specific number at which day-to-day blood pressure is considered too low, as long as no symptoms of trouble are present.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 75 million Americans have high blood pressure. Many risk factors for high blood pressure are out of your control, such as age, family history, gender, and race. But there are also factors you can control, such as exercise and diet. A diet that can help control blood pressure is rich in potassium, magnesium, and fiber and lower in sodium.

Here are 13 foods that help lower blood pressure from Healthline.com.

Getting older, being African-American, having diabetes, and having a family history of diabetes are some of the factors that increase your risk for high blood pressure, but you can fight back. Check out some tips on how to avoid developing high blood pressure at Everydayhealth.com.