Talking Blood Pressure Monitor

by Anita

We all know how important it is to keep an eye on our blood pressure, but many of us do not have the desire to visit the doctor all the time, find a public place that has a blood pressure monitor, or try to use some of those monitors at home that are very hard to read. With the Talking Blood Pressure Monitor, all the guesswork will be taken out of your reading and you will be able to know what your blood pressure is with any trouble at all.

Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in America and high blood pressure is one main contributor to the disease. Many people do not even realize they have high blood pressure until it is too late to do anything about it. Learning to control your high blood pressure or monitoring your blood pressure so you know if it is high will be a major saving factor against heart disease.

The reason this is a major problem is that most of us hate going to doctor mainly because of the cost. Just a visit without a major exam can still cost around $100 just to get in the door. Therefore, to have your blood pressure checked can cost you $100 each and every time. That is why many people do not get their blood pressure checked regularly. However, with this gadget you will not have to spend that money to visit your doctor unless you notice a rise in your blood pressure.

All you have to do to use the Talking Blood Pressure Monitor is attach it to the underside of your wrist, hold it up to your heart and press the start button. The monitor will inflate on your wrist just like the one the doctor uses on your arm. When it is complete, a voice will give you your systolic and diastolic readings and your pulse rate as well.

You can purchase the Talking Blood Pressure Monitor for half of what it costs to visit a doctor at only around $50.

2 reviews or comments

azy Says: September 28, 2009 at 8:43 pm

hi.. where can i get this type of blood pressure monitor? could u pls email me asap??? i’m staying in KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA..

Edwin Says: December 14, 2010 at 3:25 am

I don’t think so, pressure

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