The Best Blood Pressure Monitor For Use At Home

If you have high blood pressure - or even low blood pressure too - then you will gain great benefit from having a home BP monitor. You can check your readings, plan your diet changes or try out new natural treatments in safety and in full knowledge
May 22, 2010 - PRLog -- What's the best blood pressure monitor for use at home?

The choice can seem bewildering sometimes and it's hard to sort out the best choice to fit your own individual needs. Should you try a finger monitor? A wrist blood pressure cuff and monitor? Or is a model that fits around your upper arm the best way to go?

But why would you even want to check your readings at home?

Here's the truth of the matter.

Being able to monitor how high or low your blood pressure is will let you get much better control of your situation. You'll be able to introduce new diet changes and see what happens. Less salt perhaps - or a lower fat content - are likely to reduce your readings. A monitor will let you keep a check on this.

Maybe you want to add a natural remedy along side your normal meds?

Perhaps you would like to reduce the dose of your usual medications in a way of avoiding side effects?

Watch the video below from Doctor Gordon Cameron for advice on how to choose the best blood pressure monitor for your needs.

Doctor Cameron says:

" I advise all my patients to invest in a simple and easy to use blood pressure monitor - having the ability to check things at home will open up so many treatment options that otherwise couldn't be used"

You can read more from Doctor Cameron about high blood pressure and its treatment on:

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About Doctor Cameron

Doctor Gordon Cameron provides a comprehensive overview of the problems associated with high blood pressure.

Learn about high blood pressure symptoms, high blood pressure treatment and get advice on how to lower blood pressure levels naturally
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