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Do you have problems with blood circulation, maybe suffering from heart problems?
Then a blood pressure monitor is the main thing that should be in your home. And if you are bothered by heart problems related to heart activity, blood flow, it would be great if you always had a blood pressure monitor with you and could monitor changes in blood pressure or pulse if necessary.
The blood pressure monitors in our range are very easy to use, and the blood pressure monitors quickly and easily detect systolic, diastolic blood pressure and pulse. The devices in our range automatically save the result of the last measurement, so it is very easy to track changes in heart rate or blood pressure.
Blood pressure monitoring
To make sure your blood pressure is good or alarming, it’s important to not only measure it periodically, but also to keep track of readings within the normal range. It is true that it is sometimes possible to deviate from the norm, but if those errors are very common, it is necessary to visit a doctor who will assess your health and tell you why the blood pressure monitor is as it is.
What do the blood pressure figures show?
The blood pressure monitor shows three main parameters: systolic and diastolic blood pressure and pulse. Below is a table where you will see certain intervals. Your doctor will tell you what your normal blood pressure is in your individual case. In general, the normal recommended measurement values are as follows:
Systolic blood pressure [mm Hg] Diastolic blood pressure [mm Hg]
Normal 120 - 129 80 - 84
High normal 130 - 139 85 - 89
Hypertension I degree 140 - 159 90 - 99
Hypertension II degree 160 - 179 100 - 109
Hypertension Grade III ≥ 180 ≥ 110
How to measure blood pressure?
You can find detailed instructions on how to measure your blood pressure in the device's manual - it's really simple. Many are wondering when to measure blood pressure. There is no exact recommended time, but if you are monitoring changes, measurements should be taken at a similar time each day. It is important to know that you should calm down, relax and sit still for up to 10 minutes before measuring.
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