Blood Pressure


Monitoring your own blood pressure can be beneficial for several reasons. It can help you understand how certain lifestyle factors, such as diet and exercise, affect your blood pressure. It can also help you detect any changes early, so you can take steps to manage your blood pressure before it becomes a more serious problem.

However, if you consistently have high blood pressure readings, it's important to seek medical help. According to the American Heart Association, if your blood pressure is consistently above 130/80 mmHg, you should speak with your healthcare provider about developing a plan to manage your blood pressure.

It's especially important to seek medical help if you have a family history of high blood pressure, are overweight or obese, have diabetes, or have other health conditions that put you at risk for hypertension. By working with your healthcare provider to manage your blood pressure, you can reduce your risk for serious health complications and improve your overall health.

You can use the following link to calculate your blood pressure: CLICK HERE

Follow this link to see a list of NHS validated Blood Pressure Monitors to measure your Blood Pressure from home: CLICK HERE

Below is a video tutorial of how to take your blood pressure from home:


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