Wrist blood pressure monitors
Wrist blood pressure monitors - track your blood pressure wherever you go!
For elderly people and pregnant women, regularly tracking blood pressure is essential in order to avoid cardiological conditions that could drastically affect their health. Wrist blood pressure monitors allow the user to measure their blood pressure wherever and whenever - even while traveling. Is a wrist monitor the right device to help you track your levels? Continue reading to find out!
What is the difference between an arm and wrist blood pressure monitor?
Unlike the traditional upper arm blood pressure monitors, wrist monitors are small and easy to use, which is why they are ideal for people who tend to travel often. They allow the user to regularly check their pressure readings, which may be recommended by a doctor if their blood pressure results were poor. A wrist monitor is intended for self screening.
A wrist blood pressure monitor is particularly helpful for people who suffer from hypertension, and is recommended for preventing cardiological conditions. It is especially important for both pregnant women and elderly people to take blood pressure readings in order to track their health and report any significant changes in blood pressure to their doctor.
How does the wrist blood pressure monitor work?
The device is easy to use - your wrist blood pressure monitor allows you to measure your blood pressure no matter where you are, either at home or when traveling. It will allow you to easily track your levels, which will help in adjusting your medication dosage, as instructed by your doctor. All you need to do is to put on the wrist monitor and follow the instructions in your manual.
What wrist blood pressure monitor should you choose?
Wrist blood pressure monitors for home use are certified medical devices that provide an accurate reading of the user’s blood pressure, and are made of high quality materials which do not cause any irritation to the skin or leave any bruising. Thanks to their ease of use and small size, all models can be used either at home or while you travel. Also, make sure to pay attention to the wrist cuff size prior to purchasing a wrist monitor.
All wrist blood pressure monitors are comfortable to use - they are equipped with a number of buttons and have a battery slot. The models for home use are able to detect irregularities in the heart rate and can also measure your pulse. They also have the option to store up to several dozen readings, which can be analyzed over time to help you keep track of your progress in bringing your blood pressure levels to normal.
If you need to regularly give your blood pressure readings to your doctor, choose a Boso medilife PC3 wrist blood pressure monitor with a USB input option, which allows you to move each result to a computer and analyze them with a number of measurements. Another reliable option is the Boso Medistar + automatic blood pressure monitor, which turns off automatically and has a large lcd screen, which makes it a popular wrist blood pressure monitor for older people.