Home Blood Pressure Monitoring: An Introduction

Thursday, November 19th, 2015 | by

Hypertension or High Blood Pressure is a disease that often has no symptoms and can lead to heart attack, stroke and other medical complications.

Properly monitoring you blood pressure is one way to reduce your risk illness and death.

Utilization of a Home Blood Pressure Monitor  has become an increasingly valuable tool in the fight against heart disease. OMRON home blood pressure monitors make it simple and convenient to see where you stand.

Wireless wrist blood pressure monitors make it simple to track your numbers at home or on the road and keep your physician informed.

The OMRON Wireless Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor offers Bluetooth technology allowing you to track up to 200 readings on your device and connect with your smartphone and tablet.

The two-user mode enables two separate individuals to monitor and track their readings with the mobile app or in stored memory.

OMRON monitors also provide UltraSilent inflation which is quick and quiet allowing you to take your measurements anytime and anywhere.

Tested and validated for accuracy, it is the No. 1 doctor and pharmacist recommended brand for at home blood pressure monitors.

OMRON also provides tips for monitoring your blood pressure with ease and convenience in your own home.

blog pressure monitors2Accuracy is the number one factor in recording your numbers and wireless wrist monitors from OMRON’s 10 Series Wireless Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor offers accuracy above all.

When used properly, wrist monitors are a reliable method for monitoring blood pressure. In many cases, wrist monitors are preferred for those who cannot accommodate arm cuffs on large upper arms.

Be sure to get the proper fit with your device, be still, sit correctly, take multiple readings, measure the same time daily, and accurately record all results.

Although measurements taken at home may vary slightly from those taken in the doctor’s office, daily measuring insures that any changes are noticed right away. Taking your monitor in with you to your next visit to your physician will enable your caregiver to check and ensure accuracy.

The American Heart Association offers tips and guidelines to get the best reading possible to protect your heart. The American Heart Association recommends home monitoring for all people with high blood pressure.

Regular home monitoring allows your healthcare provider to assess your progress and decide the best treatment for you.

Daily and accurate home monitoring does not substitute for regular check-ups with your physician. Your doctor will determine the course of your care based on well-documented monitor readings.

Once you begin monitoring your high blood pressure at home, you can share your information with your doctor or caregiver, quickly and easily with the OmronWellness mobile app.

Being connected is easy and allows you to track and share readings from your wireless wrist monitor on a secure cloud for data storage, which is compatible with other OMRON products.

Sign up is easy and the OMRON Wellness website will walk you through the process on your home computer or smartphone.