Take control of your wellbeing by regularly monitoring your blood pressure with one of our clinically validated Kinetik Wellbeing blood pressure monitors. Knowing your blood pressure and checking changes over time will let you take early action and seek medical support before any problem arises.
How do Kinetik Wellbeing blood pressure monitors differ from others?
Our range of blood pressure monitors is designed to give you control over your own health, and results you know you can trust. All our upper arm and wrist BP monitors are certified and validated class IIa medical devices. As standard Kinetik Wellbeing offer a universal cuff with a range from 22-42cm. Our blood pressure monitors are provided in association with St John Ambulance, who share our passion for empowering you to look after your health effectively. On top of that, they’re designed to be easy to use, represent fantastic value for money, and have won several best buy awards.
What is a blood pressure monitor and how does it work?
Our range of advanced and fully automatic upper arm and wrist blood pressure monitors provide a simple and accurate way to measure your blood pressure, which is measured by two numbers. Systolic (top) and Diastolic (bottom), Systolic pressure is the force that your heart pumps blood around the body. Diastolic pressure (bottom number) is the resistance to the flow of blood in your blood vessels. Both of these pressures are measured in millimeters of mercury (mmHg).
In addition, our two advanced blood pressure devices (BPX2 and BPx1W) due to their increased sensitivity can also detect irregular heartbeat which might give a false reading and highlights the need for seeking medical advice.
How do I use a blood pressure monitor?
Put the cuff on following the instructions that came with your blood pressure machine and are also available to download here.
Make sure you are relaxed and comfortable. If you are anxious or uncomfortable, this will make your blood pressure rise temporarily.
When you are taking your reading, keep still and silent. Moving and talking can affect your reading on the blood pressure monitor. Take two or three readings, each about two minutes apart, and then work out the average. Some people find that their first reading is much higher than the next readings. If this is true for you, keep taking readings until they level out and stop falling, then use this as your reading.
Record your reading, either in the memory of your blood pressure monitor or on computer or paper.
Blood Pressure Checker
Our excellent tool is NHS sourced and can help you to ensure you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Click the image below to visit the enter your readings and see your results.
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Here at Kinetik Wellbeing, we know that Blood Pressure Monitors may need calibration after 2-3 years of use and how expensive that service can be - often £50+ and can take weeks!
So, we have decided to help not only our customers but anyone that needs a Blood Pressure Monitor calibrated.
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