An average blood pressure for a young adult is measured at 120/80. Your blood pressure is measured in two ways: "systolic" (120), which is the amount of pressure on your arteries when your heart is beating, and "diastolic" (80) which is the amount of pressure on your arteries when your heart is resting.
You tend to be on the lower side of the blood pressure scale, but there's no reason for concern unless your systolic measurement is below 90 or your diastolic measurement is below 60.
110/65 is still normal. You should worry when your top measurement is unusually low.
Nice, I got 110/65 mmHg... no symptoms whatsoever... any comment?
Ok just one plus, I do a lot of swimming race so it fixes ok. Ty