I will most definitely start a training for a glider pilot license at our local flight club. This of course requires a medical certification for pilots. The only concern I have, is my blood pressure.
I am an 18 year old male with an overall healthy condition. However the last few times I had a doctor's appointment, I had a somewhat high blood pressure (it was always between 150/70 - 180/85 mmHg). Online I haven't really found that much information about the limit of the blood pressure in order to still get the Medical.
I have found some sources saying that everything below 220/125 is good, but I think those sources we're only speaking about passengers of airplanes, not pilots.
For your info: I live in Germany, and I suppose there are other regulations regarding the medical in other countries, but overall I think the requirements don't differ that much.
Hopefully someone can tell me if I should be concerned or if my blood pressure is still okay to fly.