Home Blood Pressure Monitoring

Your doctor or nurse may want to measure your blood pressure regularly by using a home blood pressure monitor. This is to make sure that your medicines or lifestyle changes are helping to bring your blood pressure down.

Also, you may want to measure your blood pressure yourself at home for your own records. This can be very useful, for a number of reasons:

  • It can give a picture of what your blood pressure is like as you go about your daily life

  • You can see if your blood pressure is higher in the clinic than it is at home

  • You can see how well your medicines and lifestyle changes are working for you

Many people find that using a home blood pressure monitor to track their blood pressure helps them feel more in control of their condition. Home monitoring can also give your doctor or nurse a more complete picture of what your blood pressure is like from day to day.

For more information about Home BP monitoring, please read this booklet:

If you would like to monitor your own BP, please use this diary and hand it

in at the reception: 

Home BP Booklet

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Home BP Monitoring Diary

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