Take your blood pressure and
subtract the lower number (diastolic) for the higher number
(systolic) . Take that number, and locate on the left (vertical)
part of the chart. Go across from that line, and make a mark where
it intersects the curve on the graph. Now draw a straight line down
from that point to find your heart's biological age. This may be
years younger or older than your actual age.
Example: Let's say that your
blood pressure is 140 over 80. 140-80 = 60.
Find 60 0n the left part of
the graph, then go across to the curve, then down to find your
hearts biological age of 62.