Keep tabs on your health with these connected blood pressure monitors, via Wareable
An estimated one in three American adults have high blood pressure, which over time will put them at a higher risk of heart attack or stroke. Too often, it’s left too late.
If having your blood pressure taken at the doctors fills you with dread, investing in a home monitor can take away a lot of the stress. It can also be a lot more convenient. Buying the best blood pressure monitor is a great way of keeping tabs on your body with health tech, and helps to avoid a nasty surprise at the doctors.
Your blood pressure is recorded in a handy app, so you can easily see any trends or patterns, which can help you to make lifestyle changes more quickly. What’s more, you can show your doctor your results, giving a much more rounded view of your health.
Until the likes of Apple, Fitbit, Microsoft and Samsung find a way to pack the the tech to track blood pressure into a smartwatch, these are your current best options right now.
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