94/62 is a low normal value. If you don't have symptoms like dizziness or exhaustedness, it's just a good sign. Anyway, your heart rate is a little high and it may be that you are compensating the low BP with higher heart rate. In that case, if your heart rate stays high, you should see your physician. Usually, this is a normal phenomenon that is fixed by drinking a little more fluids, exercise and maybe compression footwear. But get the rapid heart rate checked out.
Agreed, this is a normal low BP and is not normally treated in the absence of symptoms, but you should get the high resting heart rate checked out. I would try taking it first thing when you get up to see what your true resting heart rate is, it will most likely be lower. In any case, I would see a doctor if my heart rate was 93 all the time. As stated above, it's most likely an easy fix, but it should be checked out.
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