Publishes What is Defined as Uncontrolled Blood Pressure Per Life Insurance Carriers

Share Article has just published clear and precise figures in regards to high blood pressure readings and the respective life insurance ratings that go with them., a service which provides consumers online life insurance quotes instantly and without asking any personal questions, is today publishing clear and precise criteria regarding high blood pressure readings and the corresponding life insurance ratings that go with them. The service believes that doing this will educate the public as to just how deadly unchecked high blood pressure can be and as a result how much more expensive life insurance can be in those cases. “High blood pressure is obviously a very common ailment, but it comes in a wide spectrum of severities. In most cases, it has little to no effect on life insurance rates, but in some cases it’s so severe that an individual cannot even qualify for life insurance,” said Eric Smith, the founder and independent life insurance agent of’s Analysis of High Blood Pressure’s Effect on Life Insurance Rates:

-With a blood pressure reading of 130/80 that is controlled without medications, preferred plus rates, which are the best rates, are often available.

-With a blood pressure reading of 130/80 that is controlled with medications, the second best rating, preferred, is likely available.

-Respectively, table 2 rates, which are on average 50% more than regular rates, are available when a person’s blood pressure reading is 160/100.

-At 170/110, table 6-8 are likely, and this means the life insurance rates would be about 150%-250% more than average rates.

-Once an applicant’s blood pressure reaches 180/110, they are largely uninsurable.

Consumers interested in researching their own life insurance options can do so at Information can also be obtained by phone at 888.374.2764.

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