What is blood pressure and why is this important?
Blood is pumped through our bloodstream by the heart. This creates pressure on the vessel walls. If the arteries are elastic, this pressure can be cushioned well. With age, the elasticity of the blood vessels decreases. Their ability to expand is reduced and your blood pressure will rise. This can lead to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. It can even lead to a heart attack or a stroke.
Blood pressure tells us a lot about our health, but surprisingly few people know about it well enough. Which numbers are normal? Why are there two numbers? How do I measure blood pressure correctly?
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With the right device, you can measure your blood pressure yourself quickly and easily without having to see a doctor.
However, there are a few things you have to consider so that you can really be sure that the measured numbers are reliable. We answer the most common questions about measuring blood pressure.Learn more
The threshold for high blood pressure in adults is 140 over 90 mmHg. In this case, a visit to the doctor is strongly recommended, as health risks can arise that should not be underestimated or even ignored.
Here you will find out how to recognize high blood pressure, which risks can arise and how you can reduce your blood pressure and do more for your health.Learn more
Cholesterol says a lot about our health, but surprisingly few people know it well enough. What is the difference between LDL and HDL cholesterol? How can you measure cholesterol? What are normal levels and how can you lower cholesterol?
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Blood pressure evaluation
Blood pressure numbers can be measured quickly and easily at home using suitable measuring devices. You should check them regularly to know if they are okay.
With our blood pressure evaluation you can find out how your blood pressure is doing. Simply enter your numbers and view the results!Blood pressure evaluation