For a convex polytope $P$ in $\mathbb R^4$, denote by $N_0,N_1,N_2,N_3$ respectively the number of vertices, edges, faces, cells. By Euler's formula, we know $N_0+N_2=N_1+N_3$, which means there is a sort of equilibrum among the $N_i$. But I wonder if there exist upper and/or lower bounds for $f(P):=\frac{N_1+N_2}{N_0+N_3}$ where $P\subset\mathbb R^4$ is any convex polytope.

E.g. for the regular one called 24-cell, we have $f(P)=4$.