Measuring your blood pressure at home has been proven to be the best way to diagnose and monitor hypertension, as long as you do it correctly. Here’s how to get accurate blood pressure readings in the privacy of your home.
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A Home Blood Pressure Monitor and a Reliable Blood Pressure Chart Offer Superiority for Knowing Your True Risk
Don’t think that having your blood pressure measured in the doctor’s office is the most accurate way to determine your TRUE blood pressure. Here’s why.
Use the blood pressure chart infographic to learn how to determine accurately your true blood pressure. Studies show this method used at home is far superior to readings taken in the doctor’s office.
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