References are for Adults only and this can change depending on
- Age – Example : Children , Under 80 years , over 80 years
- Pre-existing conditions such as Diabetes , Heart & Brain conditions , Kidney disease, Hormonal, and other medical conditions .
- Medications and Other drugs
- Activities like sleeping , resting , running and others
- Pregnancy may cause variations
- This device is not a replacement for a medical Professional.
- This device does not diagnose Hypertension
- This device is not suitable for under 18 years
If your readings are above normal:
- Take 2 consecutive measurements at least 1 min apart seated.
- Take Blood Pressure readings twice daily , ideally in the morning and evening
- Continue taking for at least 4 days , ideally for 7 days.
- Speak to your doctor or health care professional on consistent high readings or if you have concerns
What is a Normal blood pressure?
Your blood pressure should be under 140/90 mmHg.
LowSpeak to your Health care professional / doctor
- Systolic: lower than 90 mmHg
- Diastolic: lower than 60 mmHg
- Systolic: lower than 140 mmHg
- Diastolic: lower than 90 mmHg
Possible hypertensionSpeak to your Health care professional / doctor
- Systolic: between 140 and 180 mmHg
- Diastolic: between 90 and 110 mmHg
Severe hypertensionSpeak to your Health care Professional / doctor
- Systolic: higher than 180 mmHg
- Diastolic: higher than 110 mmHg
Blood Pressure range chart
Reference values : NHS & Blood Pressure UK
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