Blood Pressure Home Monitoring Center launch offers help for high blood pressure sufferers.

June 26, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
The blood pressure home monitoring center online has been launched which offers resources to help manage and control high blood pressure. High blood pressure affects almost 1 in 3 Americans and increases the risk of heart and kidney disease and for having a stroke. It is especially dangerous because it often has no warning signs or symptoms.

“There is a lot of information available on high blood pressure and it can be confusing. I created the Blood Pressure Monitoring Center to put all the essential information and links in the one place.” said Kellie Helen from My Blood Pressure, which offers Windows software that charts blood pressure readings from home monitors.

The blood pressure home monitoring center online provides articles, facts sheets, clinical studies and links to important blood pressure sites. It covers such topics as; blood pressure and hypertension, white coat hypertension and home monitoring of blood pressure. It also covers how home monitoring can help your blood pressure, real accounts from people who monitor their BP and living with high blood pressure.

High blood pressure sufferers have also shared their personal stories for others to read and no doubt relate too. Steve Alan, creator of My Blood Pressure software, thought his high readings in the doctors’ office were due to the white coat effect. A trip to the hospital proved that very wrong. Steve’s complete blood pressure story and others are personal and alarming encounters with the silent killer.

Dr. Floyd, a sufferer of hypertension himself, has written an article that addresses recent changes in what is considered good blood pressure. If blood pressure is just something the doctor worries about, think again.

The home monitoring center provides help on how to monitor blood pressure at home. Home monitoring has been clinical proven to help reduce blood pressure. A step by step guide is offered on how to get started and charting blood pressure readings accurately.

Fortunately, high blood pressure can be managed. The Blood Pressure Home Monitoring Center offers resources for hypertension sufferers to help them control and manage their blood pressure successfully.

To visit the Blood Pressure Home Monitoring Center to learn more please visit or email Kellie Helen on