Blood Pressure Log Books - Measure, Monitor, Chart And Understand Your Blood Pressure

Your Health Comes First Blood Pressure Log: Green Red Brown Illustration Cover Design - Paperback
All Hearts Strong Blood Pressure Log: Pink White Brown Illustration Cover Design - Paperback
Hopeful Hearts Blood Pressure Log: Wood Brown Pink White Illustration Cover Design Paperback


Health Is Wealth Blood Pressure Log: Blue Purple Yellow Teal Azure Turquoise Illustration Cover Design Paperback
Fitter Healthier Happier Blood Pressure Log: Yellow Brown Wood Hot Pink Illustration Cover Design Paperback
Keep Your Heart Strong Blood Pressure Log: Red Chocolate Beige Mahogany Dirt Illustration Cover Design Paperback
Healthy And Happy Blood Pressure Log: Gradient Orange Peach Red Blue Yellow Illustration Cover Design Paperback
Heart To Heart Blood Pressure Log: Chestnut Cocoa Coffee Tan Beige Chestnut Brown Wood Illustration Cover Design Paperback
Care That Never Quits Blood Pressure Log: Azure Turquoise Teal White Red Cobalt Prussian Illustration Cover Design Paperback
Health Is Precious Blood Pressure Log: Green Jade Olive Emerald Lime Foliage Brown Tan Beige Illustration Cover Design Paperback

This blood pressure daily log book lets you track your systolic (SBP) & diastolic (DBP) blood pressures over time. Remember to enter notes next to your entries regarding diet, exercise, and stress level, so you can see the effects they may have your blood pressure.A blood pressure reading has a top number (systolic) and bottom number (diastolic).

Normal blood pressure is less than 120 over 80 (120/80). People whose blood pressure is above the normal range should ask their doctor how to lower it.High blood pressure (hypertension) is when one or both of your blood pressure readings are higher than 130/80 mm Hg most of the time. If the top blood pressure number is between 120 and 130 mm Hg, and the bottom blood pressure number is less than 80 mm Hg, it is called elevated blood pressure.While taking your blood pressure, remember to rest your arm on a table so blood pressure cuff is at same level as your heart.


Don't talk. Record results of all three readings.

How To Keep a Blood Pressure Log:

1. Use a quality blood pressure monitor. Many different types and brands of blood pressure monitors are on the market today. ...

2. Use standard measurement times. ...

3. Keep a standardized record sheet. ...

4. Take readings in a quiet place. ...

5. Record each reading immediately. ...

6. Show the log sheet to your doctor.


Make sure you know how to use your blood pressure monitor.

Ask your doctor for help if you are unsure. Proper training is essential to getting accurate readings.

Make sure the cuff that goes on your arm is the proper size. It shouldn't be too loose or too tight. Ask your doctor to measure your arm and he can tell you what size cuff is appropriate.

Don't try to interpret the blood pressure log yourself. Occasional strange readings, both high and low, are normal for everyone, and even trends may mean something different than they first appear to show.

Home blood pressure monitoring is not a substitute for professional measurements. You need to have your blood pressure checked regularly by a trained medical professional.