You’ve had 3 BP readings* at pre-hypertension levels in the past month but your average still is in normal range.

*recorded or derived


What is pre-hypertension?

The facts:
Resting systolic reading 120-139 mmHg or
Resting diastolic reading 80-89 mmHg
May be an early warning sign of hypertension, which is very serious.



Most likely you have no symptoms. And this is why pre-hypertension and hypertension are called the silent killer. To help you keep the blood pressure under control to stave off the transition to high blood pressure, and consequently, medication and frequent doctor's visits, it’s suggested you make some lifestyle changes. Another good reason? To reduce your risk of possible stroke, heart attack, or kidney failure.

Let's keep a closer eye on your blood pressure.  Log a blood pressure reading in Heart Habit twice a week until you get further notification.  We'll continue to provide ongoing, personalized recommendations based on your blood pressure and lifestyle inputs.

We will continue to provide ongoing, personalized recommendations based on your blood pressure and lifestyle inputs.