High blood pressure is a primary risk factor for heart disease and stroke. Regular monitoring of blood pressure is an important aspect of managing and maintaining heart health.
Monitoring blood pressure regularly can help detect high blood pressure early, which is a major risk factor for heart disease.
Monitoring and maintaining blood pressure under control helps to avoid complications such as heart attack, stroke, or kidney disease.
Regular monitoring of blood pressure encourages heart-healthy habits, such as a healthy diet and exercise, to keep blood pressure under control.
Hypertension, which damages the arteries and increases the risk of stroke, can be prevented by regularly monitoring your blood pressure.
When your blood pressure is high, it might cause permanent damage to the kidney, and regularly monitoring blood pressure helps to prevent it.