2019 Best Bluetooth Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitors:Check Your Blood Pressure Today

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6 Responses

  1. Scott Hinkle says:

    Thank you for this excellent post.

    I’ve been trying to track my general health lately and have been using apps like MyFitnessPal to monitor my food intake and track my weight.

    I’m looking to add diagnostic information as well and blood pressure is a good one to track.  I already have the Apple Watch but it’s version 3 and I’m thinking of upgrading to the latest model for its statistical information as well.

    I use an Apple ecosystem at home.  Of these options listed, which one offers the best mix of features and accuracy yet works on iOS?

    Thanks again.  I look forward to your reply.

    Scott

    • Sunshine says:

      I am glad you found the information helpful. You will be happy to know that all the devices integrates with your IOS device. All you will need to do is download the app. Without knowing the size of your arm its hard to tell you which one. The right size cuff  just as important as the device itself. A 17inch cuff is considered a large cuff. Measure your upper arm around your biceps. Then use the measurement to help you decide.

  2. Shan says:

    Wow you’ve really done your research! I have never seen such an extensive listing of blood pressure monitors with such detail, all side by side making it easy to compare and contrast! This article has been super helpful for me!

    I am really interested in the Irregular Heart Beat Detector BP Monitor. I know I have a slight arrhythmia but I was never sure to what extent. This BP monitor might be the perfect device for me. Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Sunshine says:

      I am glad you find the information helpful. Its important that you pay close attention to your blood pressure especially since you have an irregular heart rate. There are plenty of devices on the market that detects irregular heart rate.  When you purchase a monitor, take it to your doctor so they can compare their readings to that of the monitor.

  3. Michelle says:

    Thanks for the valuable information and much needed advice. My husband is a diabetic and always has to make sure his blood pressure is in check, however the monitor we have is not very accurate. We can always go to the drug store for a free reading, which he sometimes does, but that’s pretty inconvenient. I will be looking into the Bluetooth BP monitor you recommend by HealthTree. I love the fact that he will have the ability to share his results with our doctor and the price point for this machine is great. Thanks again and looking forward to more great articles!

    • Sunshine says:

      Thanks for checking out my post and I am glad you found it help. If your husband is diabetic he should keep a very very very close eye on his cholesterol and blood pressure.  Be careful of the drug store monitor. They are not validated and tuned up on a regular basis. Its always best to have your own device. This way he can check his blood pressure everyday. Check out my other articles on diabetes and cholesterol. Let me know what you think.

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